Brandi Apodaca

David Bassel

Pamela Bruce

Rayna Caplan

Aaron Clark

Wilson Gabbard
Wilson Gabbard is the Vice President of Quality and Condition Management for Advocate Health, the 5th largest not-for-profit, integrated health system in the United States and a national leader in population health. Mr. Gabbard joined Advocate in 2020 where he is responsible for CIN and medical group quality across over 2.3M value based lives and risk adjustment strategy for over $5 billion in system risk-based revenue. This includes responsibility for operationalizing programs for a portfolio of joint-ventures, fully delegated capitation, upside/downside risk, shared savings and pay for performance contracts. Previously, he spent seven years leading population health operations for UNC Health Care where he was responsible for strategy and operations during their transition from fee-for-service to value-based reimbursement. The UNC population health services team grew from two to over 200 team members during his seven-year tenure. Prior to joining UNC, he led regional operations for primary and specialty care practices and regional emergency and hospitalist service lines for Vidant Medical Group. Mr. Gabbard received his Bachelor and Master of Business Administration degrees from Morehead State University and is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE).

Megan Guinn
Megan Guinn is the Director of Clinical Improvement for BJC Healthcare ACO and BJC Medical Group. Ms. Guinn has 18 years of clinical nursing experience in a variety of healthcare settings including inpatient, outpatient, health plan, clinical operations, and value-based care. She is an experienced healthcare administrator with a demonstrated history of executing value-based care performance strategies, including Medicare Shared Savings Program ACO clinical operations, quality measure performance and improvement initiatives and achievement of strategic directives.

Nate Hunkins

Josh Israel

Ashish Parikh
Ashish Parikh, MD, is the chief quality officer at Summit Health, where he is responsible for helping providers implement value-based care strategies in clinical practice through reduction in practice variation, evidence-based clinical care delivery, and provider engagement. Dr. Parikh oversees the Universal Provider Incentive Program helping drive providers to achieve optimal patient outcomes and success in value-based contracts. Dr. Parikh went to the University of Miami as part of the honors program in medical education. He is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and continues to practice primary care internal medicine at Summit Medical Group.

Bob Rauner
Bob Rauner, MD, MPH, splits his time between two jobs, chief medical officer of OneHealth Nebraska ACO and president of Partnership for a Heathy Nebraska, as well as serving on the board of directors Lincoln Public Schools.  Dr. Rauner received his undergraduate degree in philosophy at Creighton University, his medical degree at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, his residency training in family medicine at the Lincoln Family Medicine Program, and his master of public health degree at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Prior to his current roles he was a small town family physician including obstetrics and inpatient care in Sidney, Nebraska from 1998 to 2003, then served on the faculty of the Lincoln Family Medicine Program from 2003 to 2010, and then transitioned into health leadership and policy roles after finishing his MPH in 2010. His wife Lisa is also a family physician.

Lori Schultz

Brian Steele

Anna Taylor
Anna Taylor is the Associate Vice President of Population Health and Value Based Care for MultiCare Connected Care (MCC). She leads the portfolio team for value-based products and strategic initiatives, as well as oversees the Digital Health Ecosystem that enables the work of population health. Anna has been with in MultiCare for 16+ years and has held positions in the Institute for Learning and Development, Information Services & Technology, Strategy, and Population Health. She holds a B.S. from the UW School of Engineering in Technical Communication (now known as User Centered Design and Engineering) and an M.S. in Clinical Informatics and Patient Centered Technology from the UW School of Nursing & Medicine. She was a recipient of the 2020 FHIR Champion Award from the DaVinci community and is highly engaged in building, implementing, and advocating for the use of standards-based APIs within the health care ecosystem. She sits on the DaVinci Steering Committee, the Joint Commission Task Force for Digital Quality and in the past has served as a Senior Examiner for the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program for 5 years. When Anna is away from her desk, she enjoys spending time with her family on the slopes in the winter and seaside in the summer.

Prinali Trivedi
Pranali Trivedi is an experienced senior leader with a strong background in healthcare transformation and population health. As a recognized expert in quality measurement, programs and reporting, she has played an instrumental role leading improvements in organizations' success in accountable care organizations (ACOs), alternative payment models (APMs), MIPS, MA Star Ratings, and several other quality programs across Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial marketplaces.In her current role as National Director of Population Health/Medicare Performance at Ascension, she serves to lead the direction of the organization's value-based portfolio, with a particular lens on performance improvement.  Through her 12+ years of combined experience in translating health system policy and strategy to operations, Pranali provides valuable insight, evaluation, and implementation strategies of value-based care metrics from all angles.