Health Innovation Summit

Health Innovation Summit – 10:30 am – 11:30 am Lecture: Philanthropy, Leadership and Partnership: Meeting Today’s Challenges Bob Carter, CFRE – President, Carter and Founding Member, World Health Organization (WHO) Foundation

The panel was chaired by Elisha Gomatao, Opioid Impacted Family Support Program (OIFSP) project coordinator and Renee Morrissette, OIFSP success specialist – LSF Health Systems

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9:00 am – 9:15 am Comments received: Dr. Christine Caufield, CEO – LSF Health Systems

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10:15 am – 11:15 am Here4 Youth Initiative by Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation and Gulf Coast Community Foundation

2:50 pm – 3:35 pm Working Group for Children Exposed to the Product: Hernando County Children’s Advocacy.

John Innes is Executive Vice President of the Charles & Margery Baransk Foundation, where he is part of a team dedicated to driving meaningful change in the areas of education, philanthropy, arts and culture, the environment and medical research.

John is passionate about creating a variety of opportunities for children and their families. Because of his work in this area, he was named an Aspen Institute Ascend Fellow in 2015. Ascend Fellows work in a variety of fields to promote economic security, academic achievement, and well-being.

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Previously, John worked at the Sarasota County Community Foundation, where he managed the grants, grants, and nonprofit operations department. Collins Center for Public Policy, where he was Vice President of Public Policy. with the Herald-Tribune Media Group, where he was director of customer service and a member of the executive committee and editorial board.

Much of John’s professional experience comes from more than 24 years of active service in the United States Marine Corps. Before retiring in 2002, he held a variety of positions including water survival instructor, legal professional, equal opportunity consultant and recruiter. John completed his military career as a sergeant major at the New Orleans, Louisiana Recruiting Station, the largest recruiting station in the Eastern Recruiting Area. In addition to John’s corporate and military experience, he has a long history of volunteering and supporting non-profit organizations. He is the winner of the Sarasota Magazine Unity Award.

John enjoys reading, playing games and hearing stories from volunteers, staff, board members and donors about the powerful work that nonprofits do in the community.

Curt Bromund is the CEO of Marion County Hospital District (MCHD), which develops health programs to address diabetes, obesity, behavioral health, substance use disorders and tobacco use. MCHD invests up to $15 million annually in health programs for Marion County residents… without spending money on taxes. Two years ago, we built Beacon Point, a continuation of a six-building LDS/healthcare campus for the homeless, working poor, and indigent residents. Services include outpatient counseling, screening, psychiatric drug treatment, 10 inpatient detox beds, seven rec-1 beds, drug-assisted treatment, 14 peer counselors, client transportation, FQHC primary care, and dental services. Low-income, uninsured residents of Marion County receive all services free of charge.

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We created two major projects (AMP and FANS) to reduce diabetes and obesity and promote healthy lifestyles. Fitness and Nutrition in Schools (FANS) installs state-of-the-art greenhouses, plantations in high schools, edible learning centers in all high schools, and flowerbeds in elementary schools. FANS combines hands-on learning with the STEAM curriculum, so all students learn about healthy food choices – and where those foods come from. FANS clubs in schools allow students to share fitness and nutrition information with their peers.

The Active Marion Project (AMP) is a county-wide initiative to get our residents more active and take more steps every day. The MCHD team developed a mobile app that tracks stages and allows teams to compete against each other. We promote healthy competition among schools, businesses, and even elected officials. Our Quarterly Challenges allow groups and individuals to compete every three months. AMP also oversees our statewide occupational health and diabetes education programs.

Naqesh (Nick) Dewan, MD, serves as Vice President of Behavioral Health. In this role, which he took over in June 2020, he is responsible for setting up a cross-functional team that creates and implements healthcare business processes for all insurance sectors. This includes the development of new values-based rehabilitation models and new approaches to care planning, as well as a broader view of health outcomes in specific populations and areas of care.

In addition, he participates in the business of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and serves as chair of the Behavioral Health Steering Committee and Opioid Task Force.

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Dr. Dewan is a qualified physician and executive with a proven track record in the healthcare system. Prior to joining Guidewell and Florida Blue, he was the Medical Director of Behavioral Health for BayCare Health System. In this role, she oversaw the operations of 15 hospitals and outpatient programs in five counties in West Central Florida and oversaw a large team that included physicians, psychologists, nurses, program managers and support staff.

In his more than 25 years of experience, Dr. Dewan was a pioneer and advocate for health and technology. He has held various clinical and administrative positions, including ten years in private practice. Among other roles, she has served as Medical Director of Turning Point in Tampa, a residential treatment center for the integration of eating disorders, substance abuse and mental illness; and as Director of Medicine, Psychiatry for Sloan Healthcare, a nursing home and long-term care facility. He is also the founder of the Center for Mental Health Care Improvement and served as its director for seven years.

In addition, Dr. Dewan has played and coached tennis at the college level and has worked with the world’s best in many sports including tennis, golf, football, baseball, basketball and soccer.

Throughout his career, Dr. Dewan has been active in community and professional organizations. He currently serves on the Board of Positive Coaching Alliance – Tampa Bay and is a former board member of Eckerd Youth Alternatives (now Eckerd Connects). Additionally, he is an assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of South Florida.

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The Doctor. Dewan holds a BA in Psychology from Wright State University and a MD from the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo. He completed a three-year residency in psychology at the University of Southern California and completed his residency and fellowship in psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego. He is a physician and board certified in psychiatry and addiction medicine.

Elizabeth Fetterhof is Representative for the State of Florida in House District 26 (DeLand). He was elected to represent Volusia County in 2018. He currently holds six committee positions in the House – Subcommittee on Insurance and Banking – Vice Chair, Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety, Committee on Rules, Subcommittee on Redistribution of Congress, Subcommittee on Government Operations. and the Subcommittee on Local Government and Veterans Affairs.

Mrs. Fetterhoff has been involved in politics for over 20 years. She started campaigning in high school and continued to work for various political organizations and campaigns through college. He graduated from Tallahassee Community College with an A.A. Before continuing his education at Florida State University, he graduated with a B.S. in Political Science in 2009.

Mrs. Fetterhoff was in the Florida Army National Guard from 2011 to 2014 and was discharged. She was a member of the James Madison Institute-Leaders Fellowship Class III in 2016-2017. He is a member of the Rotary Club of Downtown DeLand and enjoys volunteering in his community.

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She currently lives in DeLand, where she was born and raised, with her husband John and their four cats.

Elisha has served as project coordinator for LSF Health Systems’ HRSA funded training programs since 2018. Elisha believes in helping people through work-based learning for adults. He enjoys mentoring adults or getting into the field of behavioral health. Elisha has experience developing training and onboarding procedures for new hires. For the past 10 years, Elisha’s focus has been helping people with bipolar, intellectual, physical, and developmental disabilities, as well as health issues. Through her professional coaching experience and her personal life through her immediate family, Elisha has contributed to the success and expansion of the peer mentoring program at LSF Health Systems.

Shivonne Harris joined the Department of Children and Families as a secretary in February 2021 after nearly 10 years of service with the Health Administration Agency.

Prior to joining DCF, Secretary Harris served as Executive Secretary of the Agency for Health Care Administration, where he was responsible for managing Florida’s Medicaid program and managing more than 40,000 licensed health care facilities in the state. He also enhanced the agency’s CCID-19 efforts in collaboration with other government agencies and key health partners. Secretary Harris has held positions in the Department of Health and Public Health providing support to children and adults affected by HIV/AIDS and children receiving care in psychiatric programs. During his tenure at the AHCA, Secretary Harris led the reform of all Medicaid policies and the implementation of the agency’s most focused quality improvement program.

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