John Bolde is the system director of safety and security for Munson Healthcare in Traverse City. He has worked in healthcare safety, security and emergency management for more than 22 years. He is a past president of the Michigan Healthcare Safety Association and is a certified Crisis Prevention Institute nonviolent crisis intervention instructor.
Jeff Gershune* is a research and design strategy group director with IA Collaborative, Chicago. For more than 20 years, Gershune has led clients, including many Fortune 500 companies, in the development and implementation of transformational innovation solutions.
David Glickman has been a professional speaker and entertainer for more than 25 years and has presented more than 2,000 programs. He is an expert in “finding the funny” in the wide array of companies and associations to whom he has spoken—and translates that humor into a powerful keynote message that resonates with audiences everywhere.
Gregory Goodman, MD, is a physician entrepreneur with a passion for solving healthcare’s biggest problems. Dr. Goodman is an attending physician at Brigham and Women’s Home Hospital in Boston and Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Greg is the Founder of the Physician Entrepreneur Summit and Host of the ModernMD Podcast and has interviewed some of the most influential physician innovators.
Seth Karnes is senior manager, Healthcare Training Programs, at HSS, an organization specializing in physical and electronic security, emergency management, and targeted safety education and consulting.
Terri LaCroix-Kelty, LMSW, is the director of behavioral health at Munson Healthcare, Traverse City. She is responsible for the behavioral health service line which includes inpatient, partial and outpatient behavioral health services, and an HIV-AIDS clinic and outreach.
Kimberly McNally, MN, RN, is president of McNally & Associates, a healthcare coaching and consulting firm. McNally serves on the American Hospital Association’s Health Strategy & Innovation Committee and on the board of UW Medicine Health System.
David Morlock is a senior banker in Cain Brother’s Health Systems M&A Group. Morlock joined Cain Brothers in 2016 with 30 years of experience as a health system executive. He specializes in strategy development, mergers and acquisitions, and major capital investing.
Michele Richards, MBA, director of Patient Care Management and Assistance, Henry Ford Health System, is a member of the Henry Ford Pursuing Equity in Healthcare Committee, where she leads, among other projects, a partnership among the Henry Ford Health System and Ford Motor Company’s Mobility GoRide NEMT business to provide patient transportation to reduce readmission rates.
R. Corey Waller, MD, MS, FACEP, DFASAM is an addiction, pain, and emergency medicine specialist and a principal consultant at Health Management Associates. Prior, he was senior medical director for Education and Policy at the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs, an initiative of the Camden Coalition of Healthcare providers.
Amy Wicks* is a principal researcher and design strategist with IA Collaborative, Chicago. Wicks works with multidisciplinary design teams to translate user insights into realized solutions. Her background is in user-centered healthcare innovation, previously working as a service designer at the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation in Rochester, MN.
Luke Westra* is a design engineering director at IA Collaborative, Chicago. With more than 16 years of experience in product development, Westra has developed and launched advanced medical devices into the healthcare market to improve both patient experience and safety.
* IA Collaborative speakers.