Young Professionals Healthcare Roundtable
This event starts on September 20th at 6:00 PM.
YJP's Healthcare Round-table is an open discussion with some of New York's leading figures on Value Based Care as well as providing strategies to address the public health needs of low-income communities. Please join us for this intimate discussion on the current state of the industry, future trends, and advice for Healthcare Leaders of the Future.
We will be serving gourmet bites, signature cocktails, and offering strategic networking opportunities as we convene with leading industry specialists!.
Adrienne Kirby, PhD, FACHE, is President and CEO of Cooper University Health Care. She is responsible for all Hospital and Ambulatory operations and oversees the physician group and the Institute structure at Cooper. Dr. Kirby leads Cooper's efforts to advance strategic healthcare partnerships and the implementation of new models of care delivery to improve quality and service and decrease cost. Dr. Kirby joined Cooper in January 2012 with more than 30 years of healthcare management experience, much of it at hospitals in the Delaware Valley. Prior to joining Cooper, Dr. Kirby served as President of Medstar Franklin Square Medical Center in Baltimore, a 380-bed community teaching hospital. Franklin Square is the third largest hospital in Maryland and has been nationally recognized for excellence in clinical quality. Prior to her accomplishments at Franklin Square, Dr. Kirby served in various leadership positions at Virtua Health, including Chief Operating Officer of Ambulatory Services and Programs of Excellence and Chief Operating Officer of Virtua Hospital Voorhees. At Virtua, she spent more than 10 years building a foundation for growth, physician partnerships and development of services and facilities. Dr. Kirby has also worked at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, where she was involved in an international healthcare project in Kiev, Ukraine. Dr. Kirby has served as the chairman of numerous physician-health system joint venture boards. She serves on many boards in New Jersey including The Cooper Foundation, New Jersey Hospital Association, Hospital Alliance of New Jersey, New Jersey Council of Teaching Hospitals and the Camden County Police Foundation. In July 2016, Dr. Kirby was among the Power 50 business leaders in southern New Jersey by South Jersey Biz magazine. In June 2016, she was selected by a prestigious panel of judges to receive SJ Magazines Women of Excellence Leadership Award. Under Dr. Kirbys leadership, Cooper University Health Care was named Hospital of the Year at the 2016 Healthcare Heroes Awards sponsored by NJ Biz the states leading business journal. In May 2016, she was one of the honorees at Executive Women of New Jerseys Salute to the Policy Makers event. The International Healthcare Volunteers asked Dr. Kirby to be their 2016 Honorary Global Gala Chair. The American College of Healthcare Executives awarded the 2016 Regents Senior-Level Healthcare Executive Award to Dr. Kirby in March of 2016. In July 2015, South Jersey Biz magazine recognized September 2016 Page Dr. Kirby in its Power Players 50 Issue, highlighting the top 50 businessmen and women in the region and in March she was named as one of the 50 Most Powerful People in New Jersey Health Care. She was selected as a 2014 Woman of Distinction by the Girls Scouts of Southern and Central New Jersey for being a role model to girls and women throughout the state. In 2014, Dr. Kirby was named one of the 50 Best Women in Business by NJ BIZ magazine, one of the Top Women in Business by SNJ Business People as well as one of the Most Admired CEOs by the Philadelphia Business Journal. In 2013 and 2010, she led the Southern New Jersey American Heart Association's Go Red for Women event. Dr. Kirby has received many professional awards, including 2011 Baltimore Smart CEO BRAVA award, 2008 Community Service Award and 2005 Regent Senior Careerist award from ACHE, and the 2005 Administrative Achievement Award from the Healthcare Leadership Network of Delaware Valley. In 2003, she received the Woman of Distinction Award from the Philadelphia Business Journal. She was recognized in NJ Biz as one of 2012s Top 100 in Health Care. Dr. Kirby earned her bachelor of science in nursing degree from Rutgers University and her masters and doctoral degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. She has been a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives since 2003 and a certified healthcare executive since 1998. Dr. Kirby was born at Cooper and raised in South Jersey. She lives in Cherry Hill with her husband.
Lisa David is the President and CEO of PHS. She leads the organization in successfully providing public health services to underserved families and children, offering grants and management assistance to over 200 community-based organizations, and guiding public health research and evaluation. She also provides leadership in executing long-term strategies to address the public health needs of low-income communities throughout New York City.
Lisa has over 30 years of experience in the public health and healthcare sectors. Prior to joining PHS, Lisa held positions as the Interim CEO of Medicines360, the EVP and COO of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and the Vice Chair for Administration of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Columbia School of Physicians and Surgeons. Lisa currently serves on the Health and Mental Health Advisory Committee for the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and is a member of the United Hospital Fund Policy Forum. She also serves on the Board of Directors of Medicines360, and on two committees of the Human Services Council: the Value Based Payment Commission and the Priority and Strategy Council.
Rodney Dean Reider serves as President and CEO of Saint
Alphonsus Health System, a multi-hospital and clinically-
integrated healthcare system serving Southwestern Idaho
and Eastern Oregon. Mr. Reider provides vision and
leadership in the transformation of the organization to a
people-centered Health System. Under Mr. Reider's
leadership the health system places the people they serve at
the center of every decision as they work to improve quality,
the experience of care, and the health of our communities.
Previously, Mr. Reider served in healthcare leadership as Vice President, Aurora St.
Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee, WI; President and CEO, Community Health
Systems/University of Pennsylvania Health System in Philadelphia, PA; as well as
several other President and CEO positions prior. Mr. Reider received his MBA at Loma
Linda University; his Masters of Science at Cal Poly Pomona Harrison; and he has a
Master of Arts and Doctorate from Harrison Middleton University. He has studied as an
international scholar studying healthcare and business in both Western Australia and
Salzburg, Austria. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Locally, Mr. Reider is involved in critical community strategies, such as the City of
Boise's Housing First Initiative, which will transition the chronically homeless to a stable
housing environment. Saint Alphonsus is a major funder of the project and will be
providing health care to the residents once the project is operational.
Mr. Reider has also been inducted into the 124 th Fighter Wing of the Idaho National
Guard as an honorary commander. In that position, he is supporting the important role
the National Guard has throughout the State of Idaho and the local community. Saint
Alphonsus works with to support and train as well as employ numerous Idaho National
Guard members in our area hospitals and clinics.
In 2017, Mr. Reider was selected as one of 10 "C of Influence" in the business and
non-profit sectors in Idaho by the Idaho Business Review.