2022 Annual WHCMAA Alumni Conference


Date and Time
Friday, November 4, 2022
7:30am— 7:00pm
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Location
The Inn at Penn
3600 Sansom St
Philadelphia, PA 19104
United States
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Who's coming
Rajeev Dadoo Rajeev Dadoo Rajeev Dadoo Sheri Shapiro Michael Rovinsky Michael Rovinsky Stephanie Stadlin David Baiada John Winkelman Gil Kaminski Maria Whitman Maria Whitman Taejin (Justin) Ham Vikas Goyal Brian Holzer Tracy Johnson Molly Doyle Emily Gallo Julie Murchinson Mark Whitcher Brian Corvino Katie Ellias Kara Sweeney Egan Pitou Devgon Ibrahim Hanna Karina Castagna Ana Crespo Ana Crespo Steven Berry Steven Berry Clifford Jones Vikas Goyal Seth Frazier Robert McDonald Robert McDonald Molly Doyle Katherine Clark Godiksen Hannah Plon Amanda Hopkins Tirrell Thomas Marder Karen Meador Richard Hanbury Richard Hanbury Quingan Zhou Lynn Garbee John Winkelman Robert McDonald Linda Donoho
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Where to From Here: Consequences for Leaders, Caregivers, and Patients

 

DEADLINE TO BOOK A ROOM AT THE INN AT PENN IS OCTOBER 7th. FLAT RATE OF $274

Join us for a remarkable day of dialogue and networking.

Confirmed keynotes include:

  • David Nash, MD MBA, WG'86, Founding Dean Emeritus, Dr. Raymond C and Doris N Grandon Professor, Jefferson College Population Health
  • Raegan McDonald-Mosley, MD MPH, Chief Executive Officer, Power to Decide, the campaign to prevent unplanned pregnancy

Scheduled Panels include:

“Innovations in Home-based Care” (10:45am - Noon)

  • David Baiada, WG'06, Chief Executive Officer, Bayada Home Health Care
  • Ron Paulus, MD MBA, WG'88, former CEO, Mission Health & Executive in Residence, General Catalyst
  • Stacie Bratcher, Chief Executive Officer, Jet Health
  • Heather O’Sullivan, President-Home Based Care, Mass General Brigham
  • Dr. Brian Holzer, WG'05, CEO, Aware Recovery Care (Moderator)

“Health Equity in BioTech/Life Sciences” Panel TBD (10:45am - Noon)

  • Maria Whitman, WG'05 (Moderator)
  • Brian Corvino, WG'11 (Moderator)

“Investor Perspectives: From Boom to Bust Markets” (1:30 – 2:45pm)

  • Adele Olivia, Founder and Managing Director, 1315 Ventures
  • Dr. Ali Behbahani, WG'07, General Partner, NEA
  • Jamil Beg, WG'12, Partner, 5AM Ventures
  • Katie Ellias, WG'06, Managing Director, JDRF T1D Fund (Moderator)

“Community-based Behavioral Health/Substance Abuse Initiatives” (1:30 – 2:45pm)

  • Patrick Sullivan, Partner, Oxeon Partners
  • Samir Malik, WG'13, Chief Executive Officer, Firsthand
  • Marla Beyer, Chief Executive Officer, Hopscotch
  • Dr. Brian Holzer, WG'05, CEO, Aware Recovery Care (Moderator)

“Post-pandemic Policy: Promises and Pitfalls” (3:00 – 4:15pm)

  • Jonathan Blum, Principal Deputy Administrator & Chief Operating Officer, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services
  • Mark Pauly, Professor Emeritus, WHCMP
  • John Winkelman, WG'80, President, Winkelman Associates – Retired (Moderator)

A networking reception will occur at the conclusion of the conference sessions.


Registration:


Special offer for first-time club members:
If you have never been a dues-paying member of the Wharton Health Care Management Alumni Association and you qualify for membership, you are invited to take advantage of our special offer to purchase a conference ticket at the discounted price of $250.  Note that members of the WHCM Class of 2022 are considered dues-paying members through June 30, 2023. Other Alumni who would like to become a member, please visit our membership page to purchase a membership. Once your membership purchase is complete, email our club administrator, Danna Daughtry, at [email protected] to receive a payment link for the $250 ticket price. 

Current dues-paying members:

  • $350 WHCMAA current member
  • $250 WHCMAA current member recent grad (Class of 2022)
  • Anyone who registers prior to October 14 will have the option to receive either the Mark Pauly book, Seemed like a Good Idea: Alchemy versus Evidence-Based Approaches to Healthcare Management Innovation – or the David Nash (WG’86) book, How COVID Crashed the System: A Guide to Fixing American Health Care. Please be sure to choose the correct ticket with your book choice during registration.

 Non-members** 

  • $450 WHCMAA non-member & pricing for guests of WHCM graduates. 

Alumni Dinner:  
A reception/dinner will be held Thursday, November 3, 2022 at 7:00pm at The Inn at Penn in the main conference room. Cost: $100/person

Special Inn at Penn Pricing:
DEADLINE TO BOOK ROOM IS OCTOBER 7th. The Conference Committee has blocked rooms at the Inn at Penn for a special flat price of $274 for the night of November 3. If you would like to book a room, please include that option during Registration. The $274 rate will be added to your registration cost and a link will be provided to book the room at The Inn at Penn website for no additional fees.


** Registration to the conference is limited to Wharton Health Care Management Program and Executive MBA Program alumni, WHCMAA affiliate members, University of Pennsylvania alumni who work in health care, and guests invited by conference attendee. If you do not meet any of these criteria and are attending as a guest of a conference attendee, please email the name of that attendee to our club administrator, Danna Daughtry, at [email protected].

 

For further information, please contact the 2022 Alumni Conference Chairs:
John Winkelman, WG'80 at [email protected]
Bryan Bushick, WG'89 at [email protected]



Register

Purchase Tickets

Alumni Dinner
$100.00
Thursday, November 3, 2022
WHCM Program Recent Grad Ticket (Class of 2022)
$250.00
For current WHCMAA members only - guest tickets available separately
Hotel Reservation at The Inn at Penn
$274.00
Night of Thursday, November 3, 2022 - complete registration with hotel by visiting link provided in confirmation email. No payment will be required at the hotel site -- only room choice and contact info needed
Member Ticket with David Nash Book
$350.00
For current WHCMAA members only - guest tickets available separately - includes How COVID Crashed the System: A Guide to Fixing American Health Care by David Nash, WG'86
Member Ticket with Mark Pauly Book
$350.00
For current WHCMAA members only - guest tickets available separately - includes Seemed like a Good Idea: Alchemy versus Evidence-Based Approaches to Healthcare Management Innovation by Mark Pauly
Guests of WHCM Program Alumni
$450.00
Please email club administrator with the name of the WHCM alum who will be hosting your attendance
Non-Member Ticket
$450.00
Limited to Wharton Health Care Management Program and Executive MBA Program alumni, WHCMAA affiliate members and University of Pennsylvania alumni who work in healthcare
Map & Directions

The Inn at Penn

3600 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19104, United States,
by public transit by car by bike Walking