Marcy Baker has over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry working on both the payer and provider sides. She has held various positions in the Provider eSolutions Department at Aetna over the last 10 years, including developing and driving the strategy to increase provider adoption of electronic transactions and Aetna's Secure Provider Website. She currently leads Aetna's Electronic Remittance and Payments initiative Her responsibilities include management of ERA/EFT enrollment processes for medical providers, increasing utilization of electronic payments and implementation of CAQH's EFT Enrollment Utility.
Prior to joining Aetna, Ms. Baker worked in Provider Relations and Contracting at Cigna Healthcare and spent 6 years working in specialty physician practices.
In addition to his position as Executive Director for EHNAC, Mr. Barrett is President, CEO of IGI Global Health, a provider of services to HIE's, EMR, Portals and EDI Transactional platforming. He also currently serves as a board trustee on the NJ HITEC Regional Extension Center.
Mr. Barrett has 10 years leading healthcare professional services organizations including PricewaterhouseCoopers, SAIC, Covansys and Virtusa. He has 20 years in senior management roles in payer organizations including: MassMutual, Connecticut Mutual, Travelers and Aetna. He has also lead and grown healthcare and other software/solutions companies including: MultiMate, Barrett Consulting Group, Medical banking Exchange (MBEXX) and Claredi Corp. He has also been in senior leadership for the American Dental Association Business Enterprises Inc. (ADABEI), the for-profit, wholly owned subsidiary of the ADA, a provider organization. He has served as chairman of WEDI, and ASCX12N Insurance Subcommittee and has been on a number of other industry board roles.
He speaks nationally on a variety of e-Health/e-Commerce and industry topics and is involved in a number of industry coalitions promoting the use and implementation of both administrative and clinical transactions, including the development and proliferation of electronic health records (EHR) and "Meaningful Use" including the National Health Information Network (NIHN) and Health Information Exchanges (HIE's).Mr. Barrett continues to work on key e-Health industry initiatives that lay the foundation for health information technology - including support and implementation of the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA),the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Act (HITECH and Accountable Care Act (ACA).
Ms. Holland currently is the Senior Director of Healthcare & Industry Verticals for NACHA. As Senior Director, she leads NACHA's healthcare payments program and works on other payments and remittance information and standards projects. Previously at NACHA Ms. Holland led NACHA's international programs. She has more than 20 years of experience in cash management, project management and product development. Prior to joining NACHA in 1996, Ms. Holland was a Vice President and Senior Product Manager for First Interstate Bank. She is an Accredited ACH Professional (AAP) and a permanent Certified Cash Manager (CCM).
Dan Johnson is Executive Vice President of Healthcare Strategy of Experian Healthcare where he is responsible for the strategic vision and growth strategy, including mergers and acquisitions, for Experian's healthcare business line. He joined Experian with the acquisition of SearchAmerica® in 2008, bringing more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare transaction services and telecommunications industries to his role.
Prior to Experian, Johnson led SearchAmerica, the industry leader in providing hospitals and healthcare providers data, scoring, and analytical software products and services to assist with making critical financial decisions. Prior to SearchAmerica, Johnson founded the healthcare technology company MedServe Link Incorporated.
Johnson holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Minnesota.
Charyl Kavner is a Vice President and Senior Healthcare Product Strategy Manager for Fifth Third Bank. She is responsible for developing, executing and launching Treasury Management healthcare products that help providers better manage their revenue cycle. Charyl has over 20 years experience working in the healthcare industry that includes developing products for: health plans, bank card payment networks and financial institutions. Charyl earned a Master of Arts and Education degree from Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts and Education from Arizona State University. She currently resides in Chicago, IL.
Charlie Myers is Director of Operations, Special Programs and Support for the Johns Hopkins Health System. In that role, he has Accounts Receivable responsibility for the psychiatry, substance abuse, and long term care services of JHHS. Charlie is also responsible for the revenue control, cash applications, and customer service functions for 5 of the Hopkins hospitals.
Charlie's previous experiences include positions in hospital, independent laboratory and physician business offices. On the other side of the ledger, he served as Utilization Review Manager at Blue Shield of Maryland, earlier in his career.
In addition to his duties at JHHS, Charlie is the Nominations and Elections Chair for the American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management, and he is Co-chair of the WEDI Sub-workgroup for the 835 transaction.
He is married and has four children. His hobbies include music and sports.
Mike Olson, is the Senior Product Manager for Fifth Third Banks Healthcare Services in addition to their Wholesale and Retail Lockboxes. His current responsibilities include establishing and managing the strategic direction, product development, and oversight for these services. He has been with Fifth Third since 2002 and has spent his career there working with and helping to shape the banks receivables solutions including their RevLink payment platform. Mr. Olson also chairs the Remittance Mail Advisory Committee's work group on Operational Performance.
Alan Robinson has over thirty years of financial management experience with Intermountain Healthcare. He has worked as financial analyst, hospital CFO, and Strategic Planner. As CFO at Logan Regional Hospital his team reduced AR Days to 40 days and reduced bad debt expense by $1 million while lowering per unit cost. His facility has been progressive in implementing point of service collections while focusing on customer service experience. POS cash collections increased dramatically under his leadership.
His facility was also innovative in introducing a revenue integrity department. This has generated over $30 million in net savings in the Urban North Region the past five years.
Alan has an MBA, CPA, CGMA, and is a Fellow with Healthcare Financial Management Association and the American College of Healthcare Executives. Alan currently serves in a volunteer role as the Region Executive for HFMA's Region 10, comprising seven states.
June has 28 years of Treasury Services product management and customer
service experience. Since 2005, she has helped lead Wells Fargo's solutions
development for the healthcare industry. Currently she is responsible for
Wells Fargo's Revenue Cycle Management - Claims Payment Solution for
Commercial/Government Insurance Payments product strategy and Supplier
Payment Solution, a healthcare provider supply chain management payables
June is a frequent presenter and author on the convergence of healthcare and banking.
Currently she serves as the co-chair of HIMSS/Medical Banking and Financial Systems, Business Edge Task Force committee. She served as Chair of the HIMSS/Medical Banking and Finance Systems Steering Committee from July 2011 through June 2012. She was awarded the Evelyn Casillas Award in February 2012 by HIMSS as recognition of her industry leadership in healthcare financial services.
June holds both graduate and undergraduate degrees from the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, FL.
Greg joined Banner Health in 2006 as CFO at Banner Estrella Medical Center. With the acquisition of Sun Health, he was named CFO of Banner Boswell Medical Center in 2008. In 2009, Greg was promoted to his current role of Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Arizona West Region.
Prior to joining Banner Health, Greg was CFO at St. Luke's Medical Center, a for profit acute care facility in Phoenix from 2003 to 2006 and Vice President of Finance for Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital, a non-profit acute care hospital in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin from 1987 to 2003. He was controller at Beaver Dam Community Hospitals, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin from 1983 to 1987 and an auditor for a regional CPA firm in Madison, Wisconsin from 1979 to 1983.
Greg received his BBA in accounting and his MBA in finance from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater in 1979 and 1989 respectively. He is a CPA, American College of Healthcare Executives Fellow (FACHE), a Muncie Gold Merit Award recipient from Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) and is certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC).
Linda Zang, CCM, is the assistant treasurer at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, where her responsibilities include cash forecasting, payment posting, cash accounting, and banking operations for UPMC's 140 subsidiaries. She has 30 years of experience in the treasury field, involving retailing, banking and healthcare. She has been past president of the Pittsburgh Association for Financial Professionals.
She received her B.S. from Georgetown University and M.B.A. from Golden Gate University, San Francisco. Ms. Zang has won several national awards for treasury technology, including the Pinacle Award from the Association of Financial Professionals, and the Alexander Hamilton Award from Treasury & Risk magazine.