Fall 2021 IDN Summit Faculty
Dr. Bradley is a preeminent thought leader and highly sought-after speaker for professional and corporate conferences and events. Dr. Bradley has 20+ years of industry experience as a consultant and healthcare supply chain and IT strategist and researcher. His expertise includes digital business transformation, supply chain digitalization, and the strategic application of business analytics and IT in the supply chain, with an emphasis on the healthcare sector.
Serving as a physician executive with over 20 years of experience, he is dedicated to innovative, effective methods of delivering high-value, safe, patient-centered health care in a value-based environment. He has spoken at numerous national conferences as an expert on the development of physician leadership in optimizing the cost, quality, and outcomes of healthcare.
Dr. Chung received his MD from UC San Diego, completed his surgery residency at the University of Washington, received his MBA from the University of Massachusetts, and has practiced general surgery since 2000. He serves as second vice chair of the Washington Medical Commission and is the Chair of the Reduction of Medical Errors Committee. He is Board Certified in Surgery and Health Care Quality Management, a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, as well as a fellow of the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians.
Dr. Chung lives with his wife and two children and enjoys cycling and skiing.
Additionally, Farabaugh is responsible for system-level governance and strategy within the ancillary spaces, including pharmacy, radiology, laboratory services, respiratory care, construction services, facilities, food and nutrition services, biomedical engineering and environmental services. Farabaugh has an extensive background in the management of multi-functional teams, resource utilization, financial analytics, processes engineering, and mergers and acquisitions.
She previously served as vice president of general services and chief supply chain officer for Wake Forest Baptist Health in North Carolina. Her experience also includes positions with the University of Florida Health and The Hershey Company.
Nick also serves as the CEO/President of the Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce a 501(c) 6 organization serving over 500+ members and their 3,000 employees.
Nick and his family also own and operate the first 100% plant-based restaurant in his hometown of Morgan Hill, California. Craft Roots was created on an idea to give his community a new concept that embodies artisan ideologies. Craft Roots believes food is love and the best way to share our passion is with healthy whole foods.
Russell is one of the leaders of Deloitte’s Cyber IoT/Industrial IoT practice and focuses on connected device safety and security. Russell has been published numerous times in periodicals such as the ISACA Journal, Information Security Magazine, and ISC2Information Systems Security Journal. Russell also has been quoted in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Minnesota Star Tribune, InformationWeek, and Healthcare IT News and in 2016 was interviewed by ABC KSTP Minneapolis for a live healthcare segment focused on cybersecurity and implantable medical devices. Russell is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP), AWS Certified Security Specialty and Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensed in California and Maryland.
Additionally, she consults in this area of practice, has presented the Reimbursement Update session at the ASHP Midyear for several years as well as working on Reimbursement issues with the ASHP Leadership Conference, ACCC, ACE, ASCO, Cancernet-US, IDN, state and local societies and multihospital groups. Bonnie authors 16 columns/year and has published an online multi-module self-teaching reimbursement course. Bonnie is the 2015 OSU Latiolias Leadership Award recipient.
She lives in Boulder and Breckenridge, CO where she’s the Past President of the National Repertory Orchestra Board of Trustees and served on the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance Board of Directors.
Previously, Gina led best practice research for other Advisory Board research memberships on topics including reducing COPD readmissions, improving perinatal patient safety, developing a palliative care program, and strategic planning within the imaging and women’s health service lines.
Prior to joining Advisory Board, Gina worked within the health care team at the Government Accountability Office. She holds a master’s degree in public policy from the Johns Hopkins University, where she focused on health policy and nonprofit management. She earned her bachelor’s degree with honors from Iowa State University.
She is the author of the critically acclaimed This Brave New World: India, China and the United States, published by Simon and Schuster in 2016. From 2005-2007, she served as an official at the U.S. Department of State, responsible for South Asia Policy.
Earlier in her career, Ms. Manuel was an attorney at WilmerHale working on corporate governance, international and Supreme Court cases, and represented special committees of major corporate boards before the US Congress, Department of Justice and the SEC. She was also an investment banker at Salomon Brothers in London.
A graduate of Harvard Law School and Stanford University, Manuel now also lectures and is a Research Affiliate at Stanford University.
She currently serves on two corporate boards: Overseas Shipping Group, Inc., a NYSE listed energy transportation company (risk committee chair, and audit comm. member), and Ripple Labs Inc., a leading blockchain payments company (governance committee). Manuel also serves on advisory boards of Flexport Inc., Synapse Inc., Center for a New American Security, and the boards of CARE, the American Ditchley Foundation, Natl. Comm. on US-China Relations, and Former Governor Brown’s California Export
She is a frequent commentator on foreign policy and technology policy, for tv and radio (NBC/MSNBC, Fox Business, BBC, Bloomberg, Charlie Rose, NPR, etc.) and writes for publications ranging from the New York Times, to the Financial Times, Fortune, the Atlantic, and Newsweek, among others.
She is the Director of the Aspen Strategy Group and Aspen Security Forum -- the premier bi-partisan forum on foreign policy in the U.S. -- and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Ms. Manuel lives in San Francisco with her husband and two children.
One of the most legendary players in the history of international soccer, Pearce Rampone retired as a professional player in 2017 and has transitioned to being an author, prominent sports broadcaster, keynote speaker and soccer coach.
A native of Point Pleasant, N.J., Pearce Rampone attended Monmouth University on a basketball scholarship and was their starting point guard, walking on to the school’s soccer team. During her senior year, then U.S. Women’s National Team head coach Tony DiCicco called her into the USWNT camp in January of 1997, just months after the USA had won its first Olympic gold medal. A high-scoring forward for Monmouth, tallying 79 goals in her college career, DiCicco brought her into camp for a run at playing defender, transitioning her from an attacking player in college. After playing well in her first training camp in San Diego, she made the roster for a trip to Australia. Aside from injuries and the birth of her two daughters (Rylie, born in September of 2005, and Reece, born in March of 2010), she was rarely out of the starting lineup for the next 19 years, starting in 272 of her 311 caps. Her 311 caps are the second highest in the history of international soccer, for both men or women.
Known for her lead by example approach to the game, Pearce Rampone eventually saw USWNT head coach Pia Sundhage put the captain’s band on her in 2008. Affectionately referred to as Captain America, she eventually captained the US for nearly nine years. Pearce Rampone was the captain of the USWNT during two gold medal runs and one FIFA Women’s World Cup title. She played in 19 total Women’s World Cup matches, tied for sixth best all-time, and played in 22 Olympic matches, more than any US player.
Pearce Rampone finishes as the USWNT’s only four-time Olympian, a three-time Olympic gold medalist (2004, 2008, 2012) and an Olympic silver medalist (2000). She also finishes as a two-time FIFA Women’s World Cup champion, winning in 1999 and 2015, playing in five FIFA Women’s World Cups (1999, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2015), making her one of the most decorated players in US history.
Pearce Rampone, who began her professional career in 2001, played in all three iterations of the US professional leagues (WPS, WUSA, NWSL). She played for the New York Power in the Women’s United Soccer Association from 2001-03, played for Sky Blue FC and MagicJack SC in Women’s Professional Soccer, and finished her career in her home state of NJ with Sky Blue FC in the National Women’s Soccer League from 2013-17. She also served as the head coach of Sky Blue FC in 2009 (while still playing as the captain), leading the team to an improbable Women’s Professional Soccer championship. Oh yeah, and she did it all while she was pregnant with her second daughter, Reece.
Since hanging up her boots, Pearce Rampone has begun doing broadcast work for FOX Sports, including its coverage of the US Women’s National Soccer Team, covering the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, the CONCACAF Gold Cup, and other matches.
Pearce Rampone, has teamed up with clinical and sports neuropsychologist, and fellow sports mom, Dr. Kristine Keane, to co-author Be All In: Raising Kids for Success in Sports and Life, sharing practical, real world advice on how to handle the pressures felt by youth athletes, parents, and coaches today, and provide kids with their best shot at reaching their goals and dreams
Arizona State University
Eugene Schneller earned his Ph.D. at New York University (Sociology). He was awarded an honorary Physician Associate (PA) degree from Duke University and an honorary Doctor of Learned Letters from the A.T. Still University. He has held faculty and research scholar positions at Duke University, Union College (New York) and Columbia University. His consulting and research focuses on health care policy, best practice adoption, supply chain purchasing strategy design and governance, human resource development and supply chain integration. He is a former director at Vomaris and the Barrow Neurological Institute and has served on advisory boards for both device manufacturers and information technology companies. He is a frequent speaker at academic and corporate conferences and has facilitated retreats and focus groups. He was Principal Investigator for the Department of Defense efforts to integrate the medical supply chains for the three services. His recent research has focused on the design of stockpiles and pooled resources for resilience, regulatory change, impact of investment and Biden administration impact on the health sector. He is co-founder of Healthcare Supply Chain eXcellence.
Kenny served as the inaugural director of 340B pharmacy services, starting in 2016. He managed both compliance and optimization of the 340B program, where he and his team built the program from the ground. His role evolved to include pharmacy business and analytics, in which he supported pharmacy-related contract negotiations, pharmacy projects/initiatives, and pharmacy-driven analyses. Before assuming the director’s role, Kenny served as the assistant director of pharmacy, ambulatory services, where he had a dual role of managing an infusion center pharmacy and handling all medication management for NYULH in the ambulatory care setting to promote safety, quality and standardization. Before he stepped into pharmacy leadership, he was an oncology pharmacist at the Perlmutter Cancer Center at NYULH.
Dr. Yu received his PharmD from Rutgers University in New Jersey and his MBA with a concentration in health care from George Washington University in Washington, DC. He became a 340B Apexus Certified Expert (ACE) in 2017.