John M. Murphy, M.D., CEO, Western Connecticut Health Network

Dr. John M. Murphy, M.D. serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer at Western Connecticut Health Network, Inc. Mr. Murphy serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Danbury Hospital. He serves as the Chief Executive Officer and President of New Milford Hospital, Inc. He served as Executive Vice President of Danbury Hospital. He serves as a Director at New Milford Hospital, Inc. and Western Connecticut Health Network, Inc. Mr. Murphy serves as a Trustee of Union Savings Bank.

Paul Osborne, Managing Director, Berkeley Research Group

Paul Osborne applies more than twenty years of operations improvement experience to healthcare provider clients including hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers, and physician practices. He has held senior leadership positions with some of the largest healthcare consulting and financial advisory firms in the United States.

Mr. Osborne is a recognized national expert in healthcare performance improvement, having assisted both financially distressed and financially stable hospitals in improving their operating margins. He has extensive experience advising and implementing performance improvement solutions to healthcare provider clients as they overcome complex financial challenges. He has successfully led some of the country’s largest and most complex hospital performance improvement engagements.

Representative examples of Mr. Osborne's engagement experience include:

- Led a comprehensive performance-improvement engagement for a major academic medical center with over $2 billion in annual net revenues. The engagement focused on reducing cost by approximately $125 million through traditional performance-improvement methodologies around labor cost and supply cost, as well as leading-edge clinical redesign and revenue-cycle improvements.

-Served as the chief implementation officer leading a financial turnaround for a three-hospital health system in Virginia. With a focus on cost reduction and improvements in revenue cycle processes, he led the organization to a $25-million operating margin improvement and returned the system to profitability.

-Led a major performance improvement engagement for a $1-billion health system in the mid-Atlantic. Targeted improvements focused on labor cost reduction, supply and purchased service cost reduction, revenue-cycle improvements, length-of-stay reductions, reductions in physician expenses, savings in human resource expenses, and revenue improvements from improved clinical documentation. He helped the organization achieve a combined $53 million in improvements.

Mike Stubee, Assistant Vice President of Managed Care, Orlando Health

Michael Stubee is the Assistant Vice President of Managed Care for Orlando Health. He joined the organization in September 2016, having previously served in a managed care leadership role at UF Health Shands. Over the course of his 23+ year career in health care, he has worked for multiple sides of the healthcare industry, including payors and providers as well as for-profit and not-for-profit entities. His areas of focus in his current job are revenue protection, strategic management of payor relationships, and business development.

In addition to his work for Orlando Health, Michael is also an active participant in various healthcare-related organizations including Healthcare Roundtable, Healthcare Financial Management Association, Florida Hospital Association, and Florida Self Insurers Guarantee Association.

Michael and his wife of 19 years, Cathy, are avid Gator fans and the proud parents of twin 10-year-old girls, Allison and Amanda.

Casey Williams, Senior Vice President Healthcare Patient Engagement, RevSpring

Casey serves as the Vice President of Direct Healthcare Sales at RevSpring. Casey has twelve years of experience in developing customized patient communications and payment solutions for over 100 healthcare revenue cycle clients. RevSpring’s current dynamic patient communication process can be attributed to Casey’s understanding of client perspectives, pain points, and the overall patient experience. Casey attended Bowling Green State University with a focus in Interpersonal Communications and is a football alumnus from 1997 – 2001. He has held various leadership positions within HFMA, AAHAM and COPAM and is a current board member with the Newark Church of the Nazarene and The Wyatt Adkins Heart Organization.

Jason Glenn, Director of Revenue Cycle, OhioHealth

Jason Glenn is a Director of Revenue Cycle for OhioHealth in Columbus, Ohio and leads operations for the customer service and self-pay collections division of the Central Business Office. His team is responsible for the annual collections of over $130M in patient cash for 11 acute care hospitals and over 600 providers system-wide. Jason has over 15 years healthcare experience in revenue cycle management working in both the provider and vendor space, all with a focus on increasing patient collections, improving process efficiencies, and creating the best outcome and experience for every customer.

Greg Thomas, Southeastern Conference Football Official & Senior VP of Sales, Frost-Arnett

Greg has been a Southeastern Conference football official for over 15 years. Working games in front of millions of people requires that officials work well together, prepare together, support each other, communicate with coaches/players, and ultimately officiate the game properly. He has worked 11 postseason bowl games, including the Orange, Fiesta, Russell Athletic, Holiday, and three SEC Championship games. Greg has been the Senior VP of Sales for 10 years for Frost-Arnett Company, which is based in Nashville, Tennessee. Frost-Arnett is an Accounts Receivable Management company in the healthcare industry. During his tenure, Frost-Arnett has experienced record growth and has increased its workforce by over 70%. He has been in sales and sales management for over 30 years.

Marty Lotito, Founder and CEO Ignite Health, HQ

Marty Lotito is the Founder and CEO of Ignite Health,HQ in Franklin, TN. Proud to have been born and raised in the Appalachian Coalfields of southwest VA, and a thankful graduate of Appalachian State University in 2001. An entrepreneur whose 1st startup, Ignite Wellness launched in 2008, focused on personal wellness coaching and the business was sold in 2013. 2nd startup, Ignite Health launched in 2013, focused on making a bigger impact on population health, especially in rural communities.