Nancy Turnbull is Associate Dean for Educational Programs and a senior lecturer in health policy at the Harvard School of Public Health. She has been actively involved for many years in efforts to expand and improve health coverage and access. Since 2007, Ms. Turnbull has served as the consumer representative on the board of the Massachusetts Health Insurance Connector, the state’s health insurance exchange.

Earlier in her career, Ms. Turnbull was First Deputy Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner for Health Policy at the Massachusetts Division of Insurance, where she led the state’s reform of the small group health insurance market. Ms. Turnbull also participated actively in the state’s reform of the individual insurance market, serving as chair of the state’s Nongroup Health Insurance Advisory Board. She is a member of many policy advisory groups and a board member of a number of organizations, including Commonwealth Care Alliance, a consumer-governed prepaid system that provides medical and social services to low-income people with complex needs, including frail elders and people with severe disabilities.

Ms. Turnbull has an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an AB from Mount Holyoke College.

 

 
   
   
       
   
 
 
 

Emad Rizk is president of McKesson Health Solutions, a division of McKesson Corporation that delivers intelligent healthcare solutions that enable payers, providers, and patients to come together to transform the business and process of healthcare. Dr. Rizk brings over 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry and provides both the commercial and government sectors with transformational strategies and operational execution expertise through healthcare information technology.

In his previous position as the global director of Deloitte, Dr. Rizk led medical cost and quality management practice across all industries. He also spearheaded the largest redesign of care management and delivery models among health plans and providers nationwide.

Dr. Rizk has served on many healthcare boards, including the National Clinical Advisory Board and National Quality Review, and currently serves on the boards of DMAA: Care Continuum Alliance, National Association for Hispanic Health, University of Miami, University of North Texas, and Managed Care Magazine.

Dr. Rizk is a senior scholar professor at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and has an extensive portfolio of published journal articles and books, including his contribution to The Wisdom of Top Health Care CEOs, a collection of interviews published in 2003. His book The New Era of Healthcare: Practical Strategies for Providers and Payers centers on methods to forge a partnership between providers and payers focused on clinical, administrative, and economic alignment to bring about more efficient, cost effective care.

In 2011, for the fourth year in a row, Dr. Rizk was named one of the 50 Most Influential Physician Executives in the United States by Modern Physician. He has also been counted among the Top 100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare; and named one of the nation’s Top 25 Leaders in Disease Management by Managed Healthcare Executive.

 

 
       
   
 
 
 

Steve Bonner joined Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) in 1999 as President and Chief Executive Officer and has served as a member of the CTCA Board since 1996. A passionate advocate of patient-centric, quality-driven healthcare, he has championed putting patients in control of their own medical decisions by empowering them with comprehensive, unbiased information about their medical conditions. Mr. Bonner’s commitment to unsurpassed patient care has recently earned him a place on Modern Healthcare magazine’s prestigious list of the “100 Most Influential People in Healthcare”.

Prior to CTCA, Mr. Bonner served as Executive Vice President of Keyport Life Insurance Company. Before that he served as President, Construction Information Group of The McGraw-Hill Companies; and Vice President, Individual Insurance Services of the Prudential Insurance Company of America, Newark, New Jersey, where he created Prudential’s consumer banking operation.

Prior to that, Mr. Bonner was President of National Liberty Corporation Valley Forge, Pennsylvania; Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Capital Holding Corporation; and served in various Law Department functions at The Prudential.

He currently serves as a Lifetime Trustee of the American Architectural Foundation; as the Chairman of the Board of William Mitchell College of Law; as a Director of the National Foundation of Women Legislators; Director of the Tennis Opportunity Program, Eastern Regional Medical Center, Southeastern Regional Medical Center, and Western Regional Medical Center; and as a Trustee of Lincoln Park Zoo.

Mr. Bonner earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Amherst College and a Juris Doctor from William Mitchell College of Law.