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Developing the Population Health Workforce          


Population health continues to represent a challenge and opportunity for healthcare. Join us as we analyze the knowledge, skill, and experience needed to address population health and social determinants.


Key topics include:

  • The collaboration needed to enhance population and community health

  • Addressing the social determinants of health—from transportation, climate and food, to jobs, housing and education

  • The skills needed to build healthy communities




Jessica Dudley, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Brigham and Women’s Physicians Organization Vice President of Care Redesign

Brigham Health

As chief medical officer for the Brigham and Women’s Physician’s Organization (BWPO), Dr. Dudley is responsible for the strategic development and oversight of physician led efforts to improve the quality and efficiency of clinical care. Dr. Dudley oversees the BWPO’s  performance in risk contracts across commercial payers and as an Accountable Care Organization with Medicare and Medicaid. As vice president for care innovation for Brigham Health, Dr. Dudley is  responsible for coordinating institutional and physician led efforts to develop population health management and care redesign programs that support the delivery of high value patient care with a focus on reducing overall medical trend and improving quality performance.   



Alex Kacik

Hospital Operations Reporter

Modern Healthcare

Alex Kacik is the hospital operations reporter for Modern Healthcare in Chicago. He also covers supply chain, legal and finance. Before joining Modern Healthcare in 2017, Alex covered various business beats for seven years in the Santa Barbara, California region. He received a bachelor's degree in journalism from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.


Adam Myers, MD

Chief, Population Health at the
Cleveland Clinic Director, Cleveland
Clinic Community Care

Dr. Myers started at the Cleveland Clinic in June of 2018.  His role is new to the clinic and encompasses leadership of the ambulatory practices, the hospitalists, the urgent cares, the post-acute physicians, ambulatory pharmacy, telemedicine, house calls, eConsults, the Accountable Care Organization structure, the 7,100 member clinically integrated network, three residency programs, as well as significant portions of the research institute. He currently serves as Chair of the American Hospital Association board level Committee for Clinical Leadership. Prior to joining the clinic, Dr. Myers served as chief medical officer and chief operating officer of Texas Health Physicians Group, a 1,000-member multispecialty group affiliated with Texas Health Resources.