InCharge HEALTHCARE 2019 other business transactions. He is regularly recognized among national listings including Chambers USA and Best Lawyers. Earlier in his career, Burks was vice president, secretary and general counsel of Quorum Health Group and also served in the legal department of HCA for 11 years. He earned his law degree from Columbia.
Mark Burnette Shareholder-in-Charge, Information Security-PCI Service Line Leader LBMC 201 Franklin Road Brentwood 37027 615.309.2447 lbmc.com Burnette draws on more than 18 years of experience as a business leader and information security professional to help healthcare clients manage their security program within the context of the overall risk environment. He and his team of nationally recognized security professionals – all of whom provide a real-world perspective to government agencies and contractors, healthcare providers and payers, and other organizations with complex security requirements – were recently honored by CIO Review as one of the “20 Most Promising Cyber Security Providers.” Recognized as an IT security expert by technology think‐tank Gartner, Burnette is a published author, frequent speaker and featured subject matter expert on a national stage. A Fellow of the Information Systems Security Association, Burnette holds numerous professional certifications including HITRUST CCSFP, CISA, CISSP, CISM, CRISC, QSA and CPA.
Howard A. “Skip” Burris III, MD Medical Oncologist Tennessee Oncology PLLC President, Clinical Operations & CMO Sarah Cannon 1100 Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Blvd., Suite 800 Nashville 37203 615.329.7274 sarahcannon.com tnoncology.com In his roles with Sarah Cannon, HCA’s global cancer institute, Burris leads clinical strategy and drug development, which includes overseeing physicianled, patient-centric integrated cancer services. In 1997, Burris established the first community-based phase I drug development program in Nashville, which became Sarah Cannon Research Institute. Burris has led first-in-human studies for many nowapproved drugs that have changed the standard of care and was named a ‘Giant of Cancer Care’ at the 2014 American Society of Clinical Oncology’s annual meeting. Burris currently serves as president of ASCO, chairs the ASCO Research Community Forum Council and sits on the ASCO Conquer Cancer Foundation Board. He received his medical degree from the University of South Alabama and performed his residency and fellowship in hematology/oncology at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas.
Chuck Byrge President & CEO Harpeth Capital One American Center 3100 West End Ave., Suite 710 Nashville 37203 615.296.9848 harpethcapital.com Byrge has more than 28 years of experience with M&A transactions and raising capital for middle market companies. Previously, he served as senior
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managing director and head of investment banking for FTN Financial Securities, the investment banking arm of First Tennessee Bank. He also held senior management positions in M&A for SunTrust Equitable Securities, Morgan Keegan and NationsBanc Capital Markets. He received both his undergraduate and MBA from Vanderbilt. He is a past board member for the Nashville Health Care Council and NextGxDx. Currently, he’s on the Entrepreneurship Advisory Council for Vanderbilt’s Center for Technology Transfer & Commercialization. Byrge is a 2014 Council Fellow.
C Brian Cahill CEO Cumberland Consulting Group 720 Cool Springs Blvd., Suite 550 Franklin 37067 615.373.4470 cumberlandcg.com Cahill, who has served as a director of Cumberland Consulting Group since 2011, was named CEO of the national strategic advisory firm serving the healthcare industry in January 2015. Previously, he was president and CEO of lifeIMAGE. His more than 20 years of healthcare executive leadership experience also includes eWebHealth, ChartOne and HPR. He holds an MBA from Babson College in Wellesley, Mass.
Chad Calendine, MD President Premier Radiology 28 White Bridge Road, Suite 111 Nashville 37205 615.356.3999 premierradiology.com Calendine is the president of Premier Radiology and the Saint Thomas Imaging Network. He is also CEO of Advanced Diagnostic Imaging (ADI) and Advanced Health Partners, a large multi-specialty physician group. In late 2012, ADI announced a partnership with Optimal Radiology, which was acquired by Aris Radiology in 2015. Calendine, who was CMO for Optimal, has continued in that role for Aris. A board-certified musculoskeletal radiologist, he received his medical degree from the University of Tennessee and completed his residency and fellowship training at Atlanta’s Emory University. Calendine is co-chair of the American College of Radiology GRID Committee.
Kevin B. Campbell Partner Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP 1600 Division St., Suite 700 Nashville 37203 615.252.2325 bradley.com Campbell’s practice focuses on the representation of healthcare providers in transactional, regulatory and operational matters. While he has a broad spectrum of clients, Campbell’s practice has a particular emphasis on acute care hospitals, healthcare systems, and clinically integrated networks. Through sophisticated and groundbreaking legal work, he helped to bring the first Accountable Health Organization in Tennessee to market. Campbell also was part of the core group that helped launch Leadership Health Care in 2002, remaining involved and serving on the LHC board. He has been recognized on a national level for his work in the healthcare arena and has been
regularly included in Chamber’s USA, Best Lawyers in America and Expert Guide to the “Leading U.S. Healthcare Lawyers.”
Leslie Campbell Executive VP & COO Diversicare Healthcare Services 1621 Galleria Blvd. Brentwood 37027 615.771.7575 dvcr.com Campbell has been with Diversicare, a provider of post-acute care services, since January 2013 and brings more than two decades of experience to her executive role. Diversicare serves patients in approximately 72 skilled nursing and senior housing centers with more than 8,200 licensed nursing beds in nine states. Prior to joining in the publicly traded company, Campbell spent 9 years with Golden Living, where she served in a number of leadership roles.
Vic Campbell Senior VP HCA One Park Plaza Nashville 37203 615.344.9551 hcahealthcare.com Spearheading the hospital giant’s government and investor relations operations, Campbell is a highly respected staple of the HCA management team. He joined the company’s finance department in 1972, establishing HCA’s investor relations functions in 1976. Named senior vice president in 1994, Campbell is actively involved in federal healthcare policy on a national stage. He is a past board member for the American Hospital Association and currently serves on several committees, past board chair for the Federation of American Hospital and past member of the Nashville Health Care Council Board.
Ed Cantwell President & CEO Center for Medical Interoperability ONEC1TY 8 City Blvd., Suite 203 Nashville 37209 615.257.6400 center4mi.org Cantwell leads the Center for Medical Interoperability, an organization of health systems and leaders dedicated to improving healthcare by advancing the seamless flow of information among medical technologies. Involved since the Center’s founding, Cantwell previously served as senior vice president at the West Health Institute and as president and CEO of InnerWireless and of SpectraPoint. In addition to more than 25 years of experience leading advanced technology businesses, he served as an Air Force fighter pilot for over a decade. A graduate of Duke University, Cantwell is on the board of the Nashville Technology Council.
Louis Caputo CEO TriStar StoneCrest Medical Center 200 StoneCrest Blvd. Smyrna 37167 615.768.2000 tristarstonecrest.com Caputo assumed the role of CEO at TriStar StoneCrest, a 109-bed facility in north Rutherford County, in March 2014. He has more than 14 years of executive leadership in both administrative
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