Gregory D. Curfman, M.D.
New England Journal of Medicine
Amy Compton-Phillips, MD
Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer
Providence St. Joseph Health
Bio:Amy Compton-Phillips, MD, is an internationally respected health care executive, innovator, speaker, and author serving as Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer for Providence St. Joseph Health. She is responsible for improving health, care, and value outcomes delivered by the 51 hospitals, 800+ clinics, and 115,000 caregivers of the $25 billion health system. Dr. Compton-Phillips serves on the boards of WellCare, the Institute of Systems Biology, Lumedic, and Multiscale Health Networks, and chairs the High Value Healthcare Collaborative. Prior to joining Providence in 2015, Dr. Compton-Phillips served 22 years at Kaiser Permanente. She began as a frontline internist, and through a succession of roles spent her last years there as Chief Quality Officer. Her main focus was on improving health care value at scale. Dr. Compton-Phillips holds a bachelor’s degree from Johns Hopkins University and earned her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She is a board-certified internist, with strong interests in innovation and wellness.
Delos Toby M. Cosgrove, M.D.
CEO and President
Vivian S. Lee, MD, PhD, MBA
University of Utah Senior Vice President for Health Sciences, Dean of the School of Medicine, CEO
University of Utah Health Care
Salt Lake City, UT
Bio:Since July of 2011, Dr. Vivian S. Lee has served as Senior Vice President for Health Sciences, Dean of the University’s School of Medicine, and CEO of University of Utah Health Care. She is responsible for an annual budget of $3.3 billion, including a health care system comprised of four hospitals, numerous clinical and research specialty centers like the Huntsman Cancer Institute and John Moran Eye Center, a network of 11 neighborhood health centers; an insurance plan; over 1,330 board certified physicians; and Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Health, Dentistry. graduate of Harvard-Radcliffe, Dr. Lee received a doctorate in medical engineering at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar. Returning to Harvard, she earned her M.D. with honors. Following a residency in Diagnostic Radiology at Duke, she trained as a fellow in MRI at NYU. Prior to coming to Utah, she served as the inaugural Vice Dean for Science, Senior Vice-President and Chief Scientific Officer at New York University Langone Medical Center. Dr. Lee is currently principal investigator for two NIH R01 grants. Elected to the National Academy of Medicine, the American Society of Clinical Investigation, she serves on NIH Council of Councils and the Journal Oversight Committee for JAMA. A Fellow and past President of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), Dr. Lee has authored over 150 papers and a popular textbook, Cardiovascular MRI: Physical Principles to Practical Protocols. Dr. Lee’s research focuses on quantitative functional MRI for the improved understanding of physiology and disease.
Thomas H. Lee, MD, MSc
Chief Medical Officer, Press Ganey Associates
Editorial Board, New England Journal of Medicine; Leadership Board Founder, NEJM Catalyst
Bio:Dr. Thomas Lee is Chief Medical Officer of Press Ganey, and an internist and cardiologist, who practices at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. He is a Professor of Medicine, part time, at Harvard Medical School and Professor of Health Policy and Management at the Harvard School of Public Health. Prior to joining Press Ganey, he served as Network President for Partners Healthcare System and CEO for Partners Community HealthCare, Inc., the integrated delivery system founded by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Geisinger Health System, and Chairman of the Board of Directors for Geisinger Health Plan. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Health Leads; the Board of Overseers of Weill Cornell Medical College; the Special Medical Advisory Group (SMAG) of the Veterans Administration; and the Panel of Health Advisors of the Congressional Budget Office. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the New England Journal of Medicine. He is the author of more than 260 academic articles and three books, Chaos and Organization in Health Care, Eugene Braunwald and the Rise of Modern Medicine, and An Epidemic of Empathy in Healthcare. Named in his honor, the Thomas H. Lee Award for Excellence in Primary Care is given each year to recognize a primary care physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital who meets the needs of his or her patients exceptionally well. Tom holds a bachelor’s degree in history and science from Harvard College, a medical degree from Cornell University Medical College, and a master’s degree in epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Health. He lives in Milton, Massachusetts, with his wife, Dr. Soheyla Gharib, who is Chief of Medicine at Harvard University Health Services. The couple has three daughters.