Xtelligent Healthcare Media Advisory Board
The Xtelligent Healthcare Media Advisory Board is comprised of subject matter experts whose role is to help inform the Editorial department's on-going coverage of the important issues that shape the complex and constantly evolving healthcare industry. These leaders represent a broad spectrum of healthcare segments and provide a valuable resource as a sounding board for our editors, offering guidance, actionable information and insight on current and emerging healthcare trends.
Steven Strongwater, MD
President and CEO
Dr. Steven Strongwater leads all aspects of Atrius Health, a non-profit accountable care organization of 6,800 employees serving 675,000 patients across eastern Massachusetts with coordinated medical care, home health and hospice. Before joining Atrius Health in August 2015, Dr. Strongwater was Geisinger Health System’s Chief Transformation Officer and additionally served as Chief Medical Executive for Transition Integration. He was previously CEO of Stony Brook University Medical Center and Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs at the University of Connecticut Health Center. He completed his undergraduate medical education at Upstate Medical Center and a research fellowship in rheumatology at the University of Michigan.
John Campbell, CHCIO
Chief Information Officer
Partners Continuing Care
John Campbell has served for the past 12 years as the Chief Information Officer for the Spaulding Rehabilitation Network, a network of post-acute hospitals and ambulatory centers within the Partners Healthcare System and now serves as CIO for Partners Continuing Care, which includes the Spaulding Rehabilitation Network and Partners Healthcare at Home. At Spaulding, John has led the implementation of numerous clinical and administrative technology initiatives to improve quality and reduce costs; and currently leads Spaulding’s Epic implementation and telemedicine program.
Jason C. Goldwater, MPA, MA, PMP
The CedarBridge Group, LLC
Jason C. Goldwater is currently Senior Director at The CedarBridge Group, LLC. Prior to that role, he served as Senior Director at the National Quality Forum, where he oversees activities related to the evaluation of electronic clinical quality measures (eCQMs) as well as projects focused on the use of electronic health to improve the quality, safety, and efficiency of healthcare. Jason has been in the field of health information technology for 16 years and has led a number of projects on the utilization of health IT for improved healthcare delivery. He has also served as a Health IT Project Manager for NORC at the University of Chicago, where he served as the Principal Investigator for a number of projects, including an evaluation of the Strategic Health Advanced Research Projects (SHARP) program and a Study and Report on the Use of Open-Source Health information Technologies for Safety-Net Populations.
Nikhyl Jhangiani MBA, MPH
Program Manager, Distance Health
Office of Clinical Transformation
Nikhyl Jhangiani is a Program Manager for Distance Health within the Office of Clinical Transformation at Cleveland Clinic. He specializes in the design and implementation of distance-health related services for Cleveland Clinic, such as scheduled and on-demand Virtual Visits, remote monitoring platforms, and their asynchronous e-mail based platform. He is experienced in guiding clinicians through the legal, technical, financial, and provider & patient experience aspects of telemedicine. Nikhyl received his MBA and MPH from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University and is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Healthcare Financial Management Association.
Kristopher B. Brickman, MD, FACEP
Professor and Chairman of Emergency Medicine
Medical Director of Emergency Department
The University of Toledo Medical Center
President, The University of Toledo Physicians Group
Dr. Brickman graduated from Wright State University School of Medicine in 1983 and completed an Emergency Medicine residency at St. Vincent Medical Center/Toledo Hospital 1988. He developed the Department of Emergency Medicine in July 2009 establishing the Emergency Medicine Residency Program and currently serves as Professor and Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Brickman has served as Medical Director of the Emergency Department at the University of Toledo Medical Center since 1992, coordinating and managing the clinical activities of the Emergency Department.