IPRO’s 35th Annual Meeting
Thursday, June 06, 2019
12:30 PM – 3:00 PM (Eastern Time)
Garden City Hotel
45 Seventh Street
Garden City, NY 11530
Theodore O. Will
Chief Executive Officer, IPRO
IPRO Board of Directors Election Results
John Friedman, MD
Interim President, IPRO
Presentation of the
2019 IPRO Quality Awards
Clare B. Bradley, MD, MPH
Senior Vice President, Chief Medical Officer, IPRO
Chief Executive Officer
ESRD Patient Advocate
Johanne E. Morne, MS
Director, New York State Department of Health, AIDS Institute
Questions and Answers
Andrew Croshaw is CEO of Leavitt Partners. Andrew joined Leavitt Partners at its inception in 2009 and was appointed to his current role in April 2017. He has played an instrumental role in positioning Leavitt Partners as one of the nation’s leading health care intelligence firms. In his current role, he oversees the operational and strategic activities of all Leavitt Partners enterprises.
Previously, Mr. Croshaw served as the President of Leavitt Partners Consulting where he oversaw the delivery of consulting services to clients across the country. Prior to joining Leavitt Partners, he was a senior executive advisor to Secretary Mike Leavitt at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, where he managed the overall implementation of a signature department initiative to improve the connectivity, transparency, and value of America’s health care system. Prior to serving in the federal government, Mr. Croshaw worked at Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation and Eli Lilly and Company where he provided leadership for the corporate Medicare and Medicaid business segments.
Mr. Croshaw earned a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard University, where he pursued interests in health care innovation and leadership.
Kenneth Teasley, originally from Salisbury, North Carolina, now lives in the Bronx, New York. His journey with managing chronic illness started 23 years ago when he was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease. Mr. Teasley’s kidneys failed in 2011, at which time he began life saving dialysis treatments three times a week for five years, until he received a kidney transplant in 2016. He has been a healthcare advocate, Network PAC Chair, and patient subject matter expert for the ESRD National Coordinating Center for three years. Prior to dialysis, Mr. Teasley, a non-combat Army veteran, was employed as a harm reductionist specializing in addiction treatment.
Johanne E. Morne, MS
*Bio to Come*
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