- Fri, Apr 27, 2018 02:30 AM
919 Hidden Ridge
Latitude: 32.8777, Longitude: -96.9605
Panels are approved for 1.5 Face-to-Face credits each (3.0 for both) Panel 1: Financial Implications: The Push from Inpatient to Outpatient Care Moderator: Brett McClung, FACHEExecutive Vice President & North Zone Operations LeaderTexas Health Resources Panelists: Dustin Anthamatten, MBA, MA, CPAVice President OperationsMethodist Charlton Medical Center Tina BarkerVice President, Strategy Management and DevelopmentCHRISTUS Health Steven R. Newton, MPH, FACHEPresidentBaylor Scott & White West Region, North Division Panel 2: Managing Your Clinical Supply Chain Moderator: Kevin Stevenson, MBA, FACHEExecutive Vice PresidentIntegraNet Health Panelists: Juliann Helsel, MSHM, BSN, RNUtilization DirectorROi Tony W. JohnsonSenior Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer Baylor Scott & White Health Bill Lammers MHA, RT(R)(CT)Service Line Director, Capital EquipmentCHRISTUS Health Nathaniel Mickish, MBAVice President Strategic SourcingTexas Health Resources Speakers Bios: Dustin Anthamatten, MBA, MA, CPAVice President OperationsMethodist Charlton Medical Center Dustin Anthamatten serves as the Vice President of Operations at Methodist Charlton Medical Center (MCMC). He currently has operational oversight of cardiology, environmental services, inpatient hospitalists, physical plant, food services, imaging, laboratory, leased tenants, oncology, physical medicine, and respiratory therapy. Dustin was originally hired as the facility’s VP of Finance 2014 and moved in to the VP of Operations role approximately a year after being originally hired. Other prior experience includes, operating as UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Manager of Financial/Capital Planning, where he developed several large projects which supported the growth of UT Southwestern’ s Medical Center. Finally, Dustin holds bachelor degrees’ in management and economics, as well, an MBA, MA in Economics, and is a Certified Public Accountant. In addition to his current role, Dustin serves several board of directors including serving on the Executive Board as the Treasurer for the North Texas Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and on the Executive Board of the Best Southwest Partnership and as Co-Chair of the Healthcare Committee that bring together state/local politicians, community and business leaders, and citizens to address the healthcare needs of the Southern Dallas Sector. Tina BarkerVice President, Strategy Management and DevelopmentCHRISTUS Health Tina Barker joined CHRISTUS Health in January of 2013 as the Vice President for Strategy Management and Development. The Strategy Management and Development office resides at the system office in Irving, TX and is responsible for planning, development and monitoring strategic plans for key system departments and the CHRISTUS Health regions both within the U.S. and Internationally. Tina has over 15 years of relevant industry experience including roles at HCA, Tenet Healthcare, Ernst & Young and Arthur Andersen. She received her Master’s Degree in Health Administration from Trinity University, San Antonio and her undergraduate degree, Bachelor of Science in Genetics, from Texas A&M, College Station. Immediately prior to CHRISTUS Health Tina worked for HCA in the corporate office based in Nashville, TN where she held a Senior Director role in their centralized planning and development group. In this role she supported planning and development for the Southwest region which included 46 hospitals located in Texas, Colorado and Oklahoma. In addition, she had national oversight for service line planning for multiple service lines, including Ortho, IP Rehab, Oncology, Pediatrics, and Cardiovascular. Juliann Helsel, MSHM, BSN, RNUtilization DirectorRoi Juliann Helsel, Utilization Director, with Roi and has extensive experience in healthcare operations specializing in projects, quality and cost management. Prior to joining ROi, Ms. Helsel worked for Vizient where she worked as a consultant and assisted hospital executives with supply cost reduction. While at Vizient she also assisted hospital executives in managing their Value-Based Purchasing requirements along with overseeing the operations, education and development of Vizient’ s new web-based clinical and analytical tools. She also has experience in working with physicians and executives on utilization, consolidation and quality improvement initiatives and has served as a Chief Nursing Officer. She has received recognition and multiple awards for her leadership skills. Ms. Helsel received her B.S. in Nursing from Baylor University and Master’s in Health Services Management from University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. Tony W. JohnsonSenior Vice President and Chief Supply Chain OfficeBaylor Scott & White Health Tony Johnson is a corporate senior vice president and Chief Supply Chain Officer for Baylor Scott & White Health. Tony joined Baylor Scott & White Health in July 2016. Tony is accountable for a system wide integrated supply chain and for controlling the cost of over $2B in annual spend for supplies and services. Tony was previously an executive at Novant Health of Winston Salem NC. During his tenure at Novant, he developed an integrated supply chain that supported 13 Novant Health hospitals, 6 surgery centers, 71 imaging centers, and 356 physician practices in NC, SC, GA and VA. He has also developed a strategic sourcing organization that reduced Novant Health supply spend by over $300 million in 5 years, lowering Novant’s supply cost as a percent of net patient revenue from 19.5% to 14.3%. Tony also led a clinical engineering organization that self-maintained over 75,000 pieces of medical equipment to include over 200 CT’s and MRI’s. His supply chain and clinical engineering organizations were benchmarked as top performers in the country. Tony has an exceptional understanding of the healthcare supply chain, physician partnerships and optimizing costs for all non-labor expenses. As COO for Shared Services, Tony was responsible for operational improvements for 9 additional affiliated and managed hospitals. Prior to joining Novant, Mr. Johnson served as Vice President of General Services for the Grady Health System in Atlanta, Georgia. He is also a retired army lieutenant colonel. Tony’s career includes leadership roles in civilian and military hospitals, a combat logistics battalion and a global logistics center located in Europe. He served as the Joint Task Force healthcare supply chain officer for the Department of Defense in support of the Rwandan refugee crisis in 1994. From Uganda, he provided medical supply support for healthcare operations in Rwanda, Uganda, The Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Kenya. Tony has an undergraduate degree in biology and a master’s degree in business with a concentration in materials management. Tony served on local chambers of commerce and was a board member for the school of business at Winston Salem State University and the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC. Tony served as chairman of the operations council for the MNS supply chain network. Mr. Johnson has over 35 years of national and international healthcare operations and supply chain experience and has led and implemented several significant advancements in supply chain operations during his career that were adopted globally. Bill Lammers MHA, RT(R)(CT)Service Line Director, Capital EquipmentCHRISTUS Health Bill Lammers is the current Service Line Director, Capital Equipment with CHRISTUS Health. He has over 30 years of healthcare experience. Bill’s medical experience started in the US Navy as a Hospital Corpsman. After the Navy Bill attended the Medical University of South Carolina and received his Master’s in Health Administration. He has research experience with capital equipment and life-cycle-analysis from working with MD Buyline and has spent many years negotiating capital equipment for large health care systems and GPOs. Bill maintains a license in both CT and radiography. Brett McClung, FACHEExecutive Vice President & North Zone Operations LeaderTexas Health Resources. Brett S. McClung, FACHE, is the executive vice president and North Zone Operations Leader for Texas Health Resources. He has operating responsibility for owned and partnered assets in the northern 6 county region of Texas driving over $1.4 billion in total operating revenue. Prior to this role, McClung served as president of hospitals in suburban and large urban markets and has been associated with Texas Health Resources and Harris Methodist in various roles since 1993. Among others, McClung volunteers his leadership to: March of Dimes, Dallas Division Board of Directors, Healthy Tarrant County Collaboration (past chair), Trinity University Healthcare Advisory Council, and faculty/moderator for American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). McClung's honors include being a Wharton Fellow with the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and being a Marshall Memorial Leadership Fellow with the German Marshall Fund of the United States. He also has been recognized as the Dallas Fort Worth Hospital Council Young Executive of the Year, the Early Careerist Healthcare Executive Award from ACHE, and “40 Business Leaders under 40” recognition from the Fort Worth Business Press. McClung earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business from Southwestern University and a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from Trinity University. He and his wife Nancy have been married for 25 years and have two daughters, Madison a Graduate Student at Stanford University and Mackenzie, a sophomore at University of Southern California. Nathaniel Mickish, MBAVice President Strategic SourcingTexas Health Resources Nate Mickish is the vice president of strategic souring for Texas Health Resources in Arlington, Texas. He has been with Texas Health Resources since January 2013 and prior to that, he was with CHI Health (f/k/a Alegent Health) in Omaha, NE. In addition to his role at Texas Health, Nate serves on the board of the Bellwether League; an organization dedicated to the development and recognition of supply chain leaders in healthcare. Nate earned his Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Nebraska system. Steven R. Newton, MPH, FACHEPresidentBaylor Scott & White Health, North Texas Operations Steve Newton is a senior vice president of Baylor Scott and White Health, and president of the DFW West Region, which has annual operating revenue of 800 million and more than 4,000 employees. Steve has 28 years’ experience in large integrated delivery systems in the for-profit and not-for profit sectors, and more than 20 years’ experience as president of tertiary/quaternary care hospitals. Steve serves as a board member of the DFW Hospital Council Foundation, Grapevine Chamber of Commerce, United Way of Tarrant County, and the Healthy Tarrant County Collaborative, and is past chairman of the Dallas - Fort Worth Hospital Council and the American Heart Association Tarrant County affiliate. He was a founding board member of the Healing Shepard Clinic of Union Gospel Mission, and served as the 2016 Chair of the Tarrant County March for Babies campaign. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He is a cum laude graduate of Williams College and received a Master’s Degree in Public Health from Yale University. He is married, has three children, and is an avid long-distance runner and veteran of 17 marathons. Kevin Stevenson, MBA, FACHE Executive Vice President IntegraNet Health Kevin W. Stevenson, MBA, FACHE has served in leadership roles in healthcare organizations, hospitals and systems for over 27 years. Kevin currently serves as the Executive Vice President of the North Texas region of IntegraNet Health, an independent physician network with over 1300 physicians throughout Texas. He also serves as an adjunct professor in the Healthcare Administration program for Concordia University in Austin. He earned both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Business Administration from Baylor University. A Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives since 2001, Kevin has served in a variety of roles within ACHE chapters in Texas, Louisiana, Kentucky and Nebraska and currently serves as the President-Elect of ACHE of North Texas. In 2014, Kevin was honored with the ACHE Service Award for his commitment to healthcare through his involvement with the College. Kevin and his teams have been recognized for leadership in quality, safety, patient satisfaction and Kevin was named 2001 Marketer of the Year by the Greater Omaha Chapter of the American Marketing Association. Kevin and his wife, Michelle, have two daughters (one off the payroll and the other still hanging on for dear life), are rabid Baylor football fans and tailgaters and are members of Park Cities Baptist Church where Kevin sings in the Chamber and Sanctuary Choirs and serves as a deacon.