As an innovator in digital health, precision medicine and population health, Doug specializes in applying the right mix of mobile, social media, gamification, big data analytics, customer science and emerging technologies for improved outcomes. As the eFuturist, Doug delivers the latest insights on health transformation though innovation, collaboration and leadership. Currently he's advising the Inova Center for Personalized Health recently launched by Inova Health. Recently, he has advised the CHRISTUS Health Big Data initiative, the Wolters Kluwer Health Innovation Lab and Ascension Health Innovation Acceleration team. He has also served as the CEO of Health Online, a ventured backed innovator and first mover in the health care Web portal space. He has served as SVP Innovation for Vree Health (a Merck subsidiary), Healthgrades, PatientPatient and Diversinet (acquired by IMS Health). Doug is the author of 11 thought leading books on health and technology including: "Medical Informatics 20/20 - Quality and Electronic Health Records through Collaboration, Open Solutions and Innovation," "eHealthcare – Harness the Power of e-Commerce and e-Care," the "Best of the Net" series (McGraw-Hill) and "Building and Managing Effective Physician Organizations Under Capitation."
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Morton Kondracke has been a journalist for nearly 50 years, 45 of them in Washington, and has covered nearly every
phase of American politics and foreign policy. He's done so in newspapers, magazines and on radio and TV.
In 2006, he won The Washington Post's Crystal Ball Tournament of Champions Award for correctly predicting the
Democratic takeover of Congress, outpacing 10 other previous Crystal Ball winners. He previously won that award in 1994
and was runner-up in 1996.
In April, 2011 Kondracke retired after 20 years as executive editor and columnist for the Capitol Hill newspaper Roll
Call and remains with the publication today as contributing editor. He now holds the Jack Kemp Chair in Political Economy
in the John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress where he is researching and writing about the late Jack Kemp's
congressional career, his leadership role during the Reagan era, his presidential campaign and his influence on the
Republican Party and the nation. Kondracke also pens a monthly column "Pennsylvania Avenue" on national politics,
domestic and foreign policy that is syndicated nationally.
He was a regular commentator for the Fox News Channel from 1996 to 2013. He was a co-host of the weekly political
show, The Beltway Boys and was a panelist on Special Report with Bret Baier.
Kondracke is the author of Saving Milly: Love, Politics and Parkinson's Disease (2001), a New York
Times and Washington Post best seller. Saving Milly was also the subject of a CBS Sunday Night movie (March 2005).
Kondracke was a regular panelist on The McLaughlin Group from the inception of the highly rated NBC/PBS talk show in
1982 until Fox News began The Beltway Boys in 1998.
He was executive editor (1977 to 1985) and senior editor (1986 to 1991) for The New Republic; Kondracke wrote its
"White House Watch" column (1981 to 1985). Kondracke was the Washington bureau chief for Newsweek (February 1985
to September 1986). Kondracke served as a panelist for This Week with David Brinkley on ABC-TV (monthly, December
1984 to March 1988), as a columnist for Wall Street Journal (monthly, 1980 to 1985) and the United Features Syndicate
(twice weekly, 1983 to 1985), and as a panelist for the 1984 Reagan-Mondale Presidential Debate on Foreign Policy.
He was also a correspondent for The Chicago Sun-Times (1963 to 1977), writing from the Washington Bureau (1968 to
1977), as a White House Correspondent (1974 to 1977), and as a reporter for the Springfield Bureau Chief (1963 to
On the air, Kondracke was the host of National Desk, the PBS documentary series, from 1993 to 1999. He also served as
host of American Interest, another PBS series. He was a commentator for National Public Radio (1972 to 1982) and was a
talk show host on WRC-AM in Washington (1981 to 1983).
Kondracke was an occasional panelist on various shows, including Meet the Press, Crossfire, The NewsHour with Jim
Lehrer and Voice of America. He's had articles published in The New York Times, The Economist, Reader's Digest, The
Washingtonian and The Weekly Standard. He can be seen in the movies Dave and Independence Day.
Kondracke is on the board of trustees at Dartmouth College and the Parkinson's Action Network. He is on the Founders
Council of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College (A.B. 1960) and
was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University.
Joe Moose, PharmD
Joe Moose, PharmD, is a clinical pharmacist and co-owner of Moose Pharmacy and it's 6 locations in NC. Joe received his Doctorate of Pharmacy from Campbell University (1990). Joe serves as a primary preceptor with the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Community Pharmacy Residency Program. He is also a preceptor for students completing introductory and advanced practice experiential education rotations with the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, Campbell University, and Wingate University School of Pharmacy.
He has contributed to the state of North Carolina by serving on a variety of committees, including chairperson for the NC Medicaid Drug Utilization Review. In his role at Moose Pharmacy, he has established collaborative practice agreements with local physician's offices to integrate community pharmacists into a patient-centered medical home. Under his leadership, Moose Pharmacy has also partnered with the City of Charlotte and Union County to manage employees enrolled in diabetes and other disease management programs. Working with his pharmacy staff, Joe has implemented and enhanced a variety of clinical services in his pharmacy, including MTM.
Joe also serves as the Lead Community Pharmacy Coordinator for Community Care of North Carolina. In this role he has built a network of over 200 high quality community pharmacies that strive to offer enhanced value to payors.
He is the recipient of the Next Generation Pharmacist of the Year Award, Next Generation Entrepreneur of the Year Award, 2015 APhA Community Pharmacy Residency Excellence in Precepting Award, and 2010 NCPA Nation Preceptor of the Year.
He has maintained professional affiliations with the National Community Pharmacists Association, American Pharmacists Association, and North Carolina Association of Pharmacists.
Bill Roth is a recognized expert in the area of business model development in the healthcare industry. For over 25 years, he has helped both start-ups and industry leaders gain focus and traction to improve patient care, financial health and strategic direction of their respective organizations.
Bill has a unique set of experiences, skills and knowledge by working directly with almost every type of business model in the healthcare industry. He has hands-on experience working across all manufacturer and product types and with MCOs, PBMs, GPOs, and all models of pharmacy and healthcare delivery models including designing models for the future. He has worked with a wide range of therapeutic areas across primary and specialty care and has hands-on experience working in rare situations such as biosimilars, ultra-orphans and fast-track approval commercial launches. The more unique and complex the puzzle, the more Bill likes to tackle it.
He started his career with Cardinal Health during its explosive growth phase from 1990-1999 where he served in 10 positions rapidly climbing the corporate ladder and gained exposure to the business models of manufacturers and providers. He left to start his first company, Channel Link, a technology services company for the healthcare industry which he sold two years later. He has spent the last 15 years as an entrepreneur building businesses for himself and for others.
As a highly sought-after thought leader in the industry, Bill is frequently cited by market researchers and analysts for his accurate predictions of future events, and speaks frequently at industry conferences. He was featured in a cover story of Entrepreneur Magazine in 2001 as the hardest-working CEO of a dotcom, a 2008 recipient of PharmaVOICE magazine's "Top 100 Most-Inspiring People in Life Sciences" and a 2009 PM360's "People to Watch."
Bill currently leads the vision for Blue Fin Group and consults actively and directly with clients across the spectrum of business models and is helping envision the future shape of the industry.