Voices of Experience: Healthcare Disrupted, Kent Bradley, Founder & CEO of BTN Advisors
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Moderator, Kent Bradley, Founder, CEO of BTN Advisors. Kent is the former President of Safeway Health and also served as the Senior Vice President, Chief Medical Officer Safeway. Kent is retired Army Colonel, graduate of the United States Military Academy, has a master in Public Health from University of Minnesota and his MD from the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD. He is on the Board of Directors for the Dignity Health System and US Healthworks. He is founder and Chairman of the Board of Core Veritas, co-founder and Chairman of the Board of the Downtown Artery, and adjunct faculty at Daniels College of Business. Panelist, Donna Lynne, Colorado Lieutenant Governor. Donna Lynne, DrPH, was sworn in as Colorado’s 49th Lieutenant Governor and Chief Operating Officer on May 12, 2016. Dr. Lynne previously served as the executive vice president of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc. and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, and as group president responsible for its Colorado, Pacific Northwest and Hawaii regions. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Economics and Political Science), a Masters of Public Administration and a Doctor of Public Health from Columbia University. Panelist, Jeffrey Nathanson, CEO of Prime Health. Prime Health, is a business ecosystem- A community of healthcare administrators, physicians, entrepreneurs, investors, technologists and academics dedicated to improving patient health outcomes built on Colorado collaboration. Mr. Nathanson is also the President of 10.10.10 Panelist, Dr. Mark Prather. Dr. Prather is the co-founder and CEO of DispatchHealth, a tech-enabled in-home acute care delivery platform. Dr. Prather also serves as the President of US Acute Care Solutions Colorado, an outsourced emergency medicine provider of over 400,000 patient visits a year. Dr. Prather served as Medical Director for the mobile health company, iTriage, and currently sits on the board of Colorado’s Health Information Exchange, CORHIO.