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Women to Watch Class of 2018


 

The intelligent, gracious, impressive women selected for the Class of 2018 are helping change healthcare. Wearing many hats - provider, payer, administrator, teacher, lawyer, consultant, advocate, leader, role model - they possess a willingness and fearlessness to look at old problems in new ways.

Whether they serve as providers or in a capacity that impacts the larger healthcare industry, these women never lose sight of the fact that their decisions have a direct impact on patients. They embody the village it takes to deliver care in an extremely complex, highly regulated environment.

Recognizing the immense energy required to be a change agent, these wise women have also made it a priority to strike a reasonable work/life balance. They embrace the regenerating power that comes from laughter and sharing time with friends and family.

The 10 women being honored this year lead by example and truly model an innovative, passionate, thoughtful approach to improving the industry at every point along the continuum ... and that's certainly worth watching.

-- Susan Graham & Cindy Sanders, Publishers, Nashville Medical News

Click here to purchase tickets to the June 12 breakfast honoring these women.


Women to Watch Class of 2018

Karen Cassidy, MD, MPH

Karen Cassidy, MD, MPH

Chief Medical Officer, Mid-South Region

UnitedHealthcare


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Joanna Conley, MBA, FACHE

Joanna Conley, MBA, FACHE

Chief Executive Officer

TriStar Southern Hills Medical Center


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Yvette Doran, MBA, FACMPE

Yvette Doran, MBA, FACMPE

President & CEO

Saint Thomas Medical Partners/Ascension Medical Group - TN


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Jana Dreyzehner, MD

Jana Dreyzehner, MD

Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Starfish Health, PLLC


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Claire Cowart Haltom, JD

Claire Cowart Haltom, JD

Shareholder
Baker|Ober Health Law a Baker Donelson Practice


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Veronica Thierry Mallett, MD, MMM

Veronica Thierry Mallett, MD, MMM

Senior Vice President for Health Affairs & Dean

Meharry Medical College School of Medicine


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Mandi Ryan, MSN, RN

Mandi Ryan, MSN, RN

Director, Healthcare Innovation

Centerstone


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Katie Tarr, CHFP

Katie Tarr, CHFP

Senior Manager, Healthcare Valuation Services
LBMC


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Robin Williams, MD

Robin Williams, MD

Robin Williams, MD
Breast Surgeon
Saint Thomas Medical Partners - Breast Surgery


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Kinika Young, JD

Kinika Young, JD

Director, Children's Health

Tennessee Justice Center


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