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.
Patrick T. Courneya, MD
Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer;
National Health Plan and Hospitals Quality, Kaiser Permanente
Bio:Patrick T. Courneya, MD, is the Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for National Health Plan and Hospitals Quality at Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, CA. In this role, Dr. Courneya oversees Kaiser Permanente’s national quality agenda, helps ensure the organization’s members and communities receive the best quality and service Kaiser Permanente offers, and advocates for the advancement of evidence-based medicine and proven innovation for the industry. Prior to coming to Kaiser Permanente in 2014, Dr. Courneya served 10 years as Medical Director and Associate Medical Director for HealthPartners Health Plan. Additionally, he has played a significant role in advancing health care quality and innovation on a national level. He is board certified in Family Practice and had a full spectrum family practice career for 25 years in the Twin Cities suburb of Roseville, MN. Professional activities include chairing the Chief Medical Officer Leadership Council at America’s Health Insurance Plans and the Medical Directors Council at the Alliance of Community Health Plans. Dr. Courneya was also recently appointed as a commissioner for the California Future Health Workforce Commission and sits on the Board of Directors for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of California. Dr. Courneya received his undergraduate degree from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota, and his medical degree from the University of Minnesota. He completed his Family Practice Residency at Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park, Minnesota in 1988, and remains board certified in that specialty. He has served as medical leader in various roles at medical group, hospital, and health plan levels. Becker’s Hospital Review recognized Dr. Courneya in 2016 and 2017 as one of 100 Hospital and Health System CMOs to Know.
David J. Cook, MD, MHA
Chief Clinical Officer
Bio:David J. Cook, MD is Chief Clinical Officer at Jiahui Health, a first-in-class, multi-site private health system in Shanghai. At Jiahui, primary roles include development of clinical strategy, identification and application of new technologies, and innovation. Dr. Cook is Professor Emeritus at Mayo Clinic, having had a clinical practice in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care. In addition to research and administration, Dr. Cook focused on the application of practice and financial analysis, as well as systems engineering to achieve health service redesign. The design and implementation of patient-facing mobile solutions to augment care delivery were also efforts he led at Mayo. David has spoken at the summer World Economic Forum with NEJM, the National Press Club in Washington, DC, the National Health Service (NHS) Annual Meeting on Innovation, the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), and multiple U.S. health technology conferences. Prior to coming to China, David’s work was featured in the Harvard Business Review (online), The Wall Street Journal, and The Advisory Board. In China, David speaks about U.S. payment reform at national insurance forums, and the power of standardization in health care. NEJM Catalyst will feature an article in which Dr. Cook outlines the differing priorities of health care reform in China and the United States. Dr. Cook is a Fellow of the American Heart Association, holds a Master in Health Administration and one in Philosophy, and is a consultant for Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. He lives in Minnesota and in Shanghai.