Sajid Ahmed is the chief information and innovation officer of Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital in South Los Angeles. He is leading the new hospital’s $70 million health information technology initiative and launching an innovation hub on the 42-acre MLK Medical Center Campus.
Dr. Daren Anderson is a general internist and the VP/Chief Quality Officer of Community Health Center, Inc. CHCI is a large, multisite community health center providing primary care to over 140,000 medically underserved patients across Connecticut. In his role as Chief Quality Officer, Dr. Anderson is responsible for directing all quality improvement work across the agency.
Kathy Chorba’s background includes 18 years of telemedicine and health informatics experience, gathered from her previous roles at the Center for Connected Health Policy, the University of California Davis, in the Center for Health and Technology, and the Health Informatics Program. Ms. Chorba was a founding member of the UC Davis Center for Health and Technology (CHT) Telemedicine Program, which began in 1996.
Bennet E. Davis, M.D. is board-certified in anesthesiology and pain medicine. He did his undergraduate work at Stanford University and received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland,
Jake Dorst, CIO of Tahoe Forest Hospital (Truckee, Calif.). Mr. Dorst has served as CIO of Tahoe Forest Hospital since August 2014. Most recently, he served dual roles as vice president and CIO of Hagerstown, Md.-based Meritus Health. Prior to that, he was CIO of Southside Regional Medical Center in Petersburg, Va., a position he held for nearly six years.
Jenny Kattlove joined The Children’s Partnership in 2003. She is currently the Director of Strategic Health Initiatives at The Children’s Partnership (TCP). She directs TCP’s efforts to increase access to dental care for California’s children. She also directs TCP’s telehealth program and leads efforts related to ensuring access to affordable, comprehensive health insurance for all children in California.
Tara is responsible for the oversight and operationalization of Intermountain Healthcare’s Telehealth strategy. She has managed and led key initiatives within Intermountain Healthcare for nearly twenty years.
Davis Park has been developing and managing the Center’s technology initiatives since 2011. Davis’ career includes technology integration and deployment to senior, low-income, and other underserved communities.
Jim Sorg, Ph.D., joined Tarzana Treatment Centers as Director of Information Technology in 2000. He is responsible for the planning and management of Tarzana’s application of information and telecommunication resources.
Brian Wayling, MBA, joined Intermountain in January 2015 from University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics where he was Director, eHealth + eNovation Center. Prior professional experiences includes lean healthcare design engineering, operational and business management at a national financial institution, and extensive technology management at several digital media organizations.