Presentation and Videos
Population Health in a Global Pandemic
Keynote Address: Lindsay Jubelt, MD
Oncology in the Home: Justin Bekelman, MD
Telehealth – Population Health in the Age of Covid: Rich Curry, PT, MBA
Building Patient Centric Programs of Care – Lessons Learned from Covid: Lisa Rutstein, MD, FACS, and Meredith Wood-Masteka, MS, RD, CNSC
Intravenous Benadryl Misuse in the Home: A Look Back at 10 Years of Patient Data: Mary Beth Letourneau, PharmD
Lindsay Jubelt, MD
Chief Population Health Officer
Lindsay Jubelt is the Chief Population Health Officer of Mass General Brigham and the Chief Medical Officer for AllWays Health Plan, the health plan owned by Mass General Brigham. In this dual role, she helps design synergistic solutions for the health plan and the delivery system to improve the patient experience and deliver higher-value care. In her work she is passionate about designing care around the patient and putting the needs of the patient first. More than 700,000 patients are cared for in population health initiatives by more than 1,000 physicians.
Prior to Mass General Brigham, Dr. Jubelt served as a physician leader at two of New York’s largest health systems, Mount Sinai and NYU Langone, in work that spanned value-based care, quality, and working directly with employers and plan sponsors to deliver healthcare solutions.
Lindsay completed her residency in internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital and her fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania as a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar. She completed her MD at Stony Brook University and her BA at the University of Pennsylvania
Justin E. Bekelman, MD
Director of the Penn Center for Cancer Care Innovation at the Abramson Cancer Center
Justin E. Bekelman, M.D., is founding Director of the Penn Center for Cancer Care Innovation at the Abramson Cancer Center, Professor of Radiation Oncology, Medicine, and Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the Perelman School of Medicine, Faculty in the Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics, and Senior Fellow at the Penn Center for Precision Medicine and the Leonard Davis Institute for Health Economics, all at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Bekelman leads research programs to improve the length and quality of life for patients with cancer. His research focuses on health care delivery, payment reform and cancer care transformation, integrating methods from the fields of innovation, epidemiology, clinical trials, behavioral and health economics and public policy. Dr. Bekelman’s research has appeared in high-impact scientific journals and has been featured by media outlets in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia and Latin America. He has been awarded over $25 million in research funding by the National Cancer Institute, the American Cancer Society, the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and industry. He has served as an advisor to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on cancer care payment reform and innovation. Dr. Bekelman is an elected member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation.
Dr. Bekelman completed his undergraduate studies at Princeton University in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs and his medical training at Yale University, Johns Hopkins, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Previously, he was a management consultant at the Kalchas Group in London and New York, advising senior executives of health care and insurance clients on corporate strategy. Dr. Bekelman also served as Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of Defense in the US Department of Defense. He is a board-certified radiation oncologist and practicing physician at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine.
Rich Curry, Vice President of Business Development
Health Recovery Solutions (HRS)
Rich Curry has 14+ years’ experience as a home health physical therapist and has been the VP of Business Development for 7 years with Health Recovery Solutions (HRS), a telehealth company that works with over 230+ providers in all 50 states.
He has worked with over 100 telehealth and remote monitoring programs directly and includes many of the large health systems throughout the Northeast.