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InCharge HEALTHCARE 2019 Executives and Leaders.” He is a Master of the American College of Physicians and Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics.

Daniel Phillips, MD President Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance ONEC1TY 8 City Blvd. Nashville 37209 615.329.6600 A skilled general orthopaedic surgeon capable of treating most concerns, Phillips is president of TOA where he has practiced for nearly 30 years. He maintains a special interest in foot and ankle treatment, shoulder surgery, joint replacement and sports medicine. The board-certified surgeon is an active member of the American Foot and Ankle Society and is on the North American Faculty of AO (Society for the Study and Advancement of Trauma Treatment). Phillips played football for Princeton University and graduated magna cum laude. He completed medical school, internship and surgical residency at Vanderbilt.

Mariann R. Piano, PhD, RN Nancy & Hilliard Travis Professor of Nursing, Senior Associate Dean for Research & Postdoctoral Fellowship Director Vanderbilt University School of Nursing 461 21st Ave. S., GH 415 Nashville 37240 615.343.2936

David Posch Executive VP for Population Health Vanderbilt Health  Affiliated Network 3401 West End Ave., Suite 300 Nashville 37203 615.343.6319

Pietenpol has received numerous awards, has been inducted into the Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars, and is an elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Pietenpol, who has been on faculty at Vanderbilt since 1994, is also a past Nashville Medical News “Women to Watch” honoree.

C. Wright Pinson, MD Deputy CEO and Chief Health System Officer Vanderbilt University Medical Center 1161 21st Ave. S., D-3300 MCN Nashville 37232 615.343.9324 Pinson wears many hats at Vanderbilt with broad oversight of adult and pediatric care. Formerly the health system’s chief medical officer, Pinson began assuming greater leadership responsibilities in 2009 as part of the executive team established by Jeff Balser, MD. In addition to his administrative duties, Pinson is a renowned surgeon in the specialty of hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery and liver transplantation. He is a past president of the International Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association. Pinson, who received his medical degree from Vanderbilt and his MBA from the University of Colorado Graduate School of Business Administration, has been on faculty since 1990. He is chair of the Tennessee Hospital Association Board, sits on the board of the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and is the immediate past chair of the Nashville Health Care Council Board of Directors. Pinson is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

In June 2015, Posch was named to a newly created position to strategically guide population health efforts across Vanderbilt Health System and help establish population health strategies for the Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network. He has held a number of leadership roles within Vanderbilt, most recently serving as CEO for the adult hospital and clinics, as well as overseeing Vanderbilt Medical Group. Prior to Posch’s arrival at Vanderbilt in 1999, he held administrative positions with the Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans and the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.

James Powell Managing Partner KPMG LLP 1201 Demonbreun St., Suite 1100 Nashville 37203 615.244.1602 An audit partner, Powell is the managing partner for KPMG’s Nashville office, which has deep experience in the healthcare industry. Powell has served clients in KPMG’s Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Atlanta and Nashville offices. He was admitted to partnership in 2005 and has more than 20 years of experience providing financial statement audit and audit of internal control services.

Piano leads Vanderbilt School of Nursing’s research program, responsible for supporting faculty scholarly endeavors and expanding its research function. She also directs the school’s postdoctoral program. Piano has a distinguished career in substance abuse research concentrated on understanding the adverse impact of alcohol drinking patterns on the cardiovascular system. Her current research examines the effects of binge drinking on cardiovascular function and risk factors in young adults. Her research has been supported by the American Heart Association, NIH’s National Institute of Nursing Research and NIH’s National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Piano is a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing and the American Heart Association.

Jennifer Pietenpol, PhD Executive VP for Research Vanderbilt University Medical Center Director Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center 2220 Pierce Ave. 691 Preston Research Building Nashville 37232 615.936.1782 A renowned researcher, Pietenpol has led the NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center since 2007. She is a member of the Institute of Medicine, National Cancer Policy Forum, a member of the Susan G. Komen Scientific Advisory Committee, a founding member of the national advisory committee for the Pew-Stewart Scholars for Cancer Research and recently completed a six-year term as a presidential appointee on the National Cancer Advisory Board. In 2016, she was named to the Blue Ribbon Panel of scientific experts and cancer leaders advising Vice President Joe Biden’s National Cancer Moonshot Initiative. austin birmingham chattanooga memphis nashville

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