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Mr. Pierre-Yves Antier
Head of Strategy, Innovation, and Transformation
As a graduate engineer with a master’s degree in actuarial science, Pierre-Yves Antier has more than 15 years of experience in the insurance industry with a strong international background. In 2014, he joined SHAM, now RELYENS Group, as Head of International Development to implement insurance and risk management activities for Healthcare actors in Spain, Italy, and Germany. In connection with the new strategy of RELYENS Group, in January 2019, he assumed the position of Head of Strategy, Innovation, and Transformation to consider the evolution of the client and insurance universe for healthcare actors and local government.
Mrs. Nicole Faucher, MS
Vice President of Client Development and Delivery
As the Vice President of Client Development & Delivery, Nicole leads our professional services and delivery strategy as well as expanding Allscripts market share for Hospitals and Health Systems in the U.S. Drawing on experience in both patient care and healthcare leadership, Nicole is focused on aligning the strength of Allscripts solutions and services to create long-term partnerships with health systems ranging from critical access hospitals to community and specialty hospitals in order to achieve a higher level of outcomes. As a tenured healthcare professional with unique experiences in medical start-ups and M&A ventures, Nicole is a trusted advisor to senior executives across the healthcare and life sciences industry.
Prior to her current role, Nicole was the Vice President of Global Services Sales responsible for all aspects of sales, strategy and execution including Professional Services, Managed Services and Technology for Allscripts. In this role her team established the Services Innovation Center which among many things, managed our services’ go-to-market processes and created a client performance data repository.
Since 2017, Nicole is an Advisory Board Member for the Master’s program for Data Science, Informatics and Analytics at the University of North Carolina – Charlotte.
Dr. Maurice Goodman, MD, MBA
Chief Medical Officer
After obtaining his medical degree, Dr. Goodman worked for several years in emergency medicine and trauma surgery. He participated in the South African rescue missions to Phuket and Haiti.
Having completed his MBA, Dr. Goodman headed up the Southern Africa healthcare practice of a leading international consulting organization before moving into the healthcare funding industry. Dr Goodman joined Discovery Health shortly after its inception and is currently the Chief Medical Officer of Discovery Health.
Dr. Goodman is a Trustee of the Discovery Foundation which is investing in excess of R300 million into the training of medical specialists in South Africa in identified areas of need. He is also a Trustee of the Discovery Fund which is dedicated to improving individuals’ quality of life through the provision of primary health care services in indigent communities.
Dr. Goodman serves on the Executive Committees of the Wits Business School Association and the Medical Advisors Group. He is the current Vice-Chair and Immediate Past Acting President of Convocation of the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits). He also serves on the Wits Council. Dr. Goodman is a Branch Counsellor on the SA Medical Association South Gauteng Branch. He is also a Member of the SAMA Human Rights, Law and Ethics Committee.
Dr. Taha Kass-Hout, MD, MS
Chief Medical Officer and Director, Machine Learning
Amazon Web Services
Taha Kass-Hout, MD, MS is Director of Machine Learning and Chief Medical Officer at Amazon Web Services, and leads our Health AI strategy and efforts, including Amazon Comprehend Medical and Amazon HealthLake. He works with teams at Amazon responsible for developing the science, technology, and scale for COVID-19 lab testing, including Amazon’s first FDA authorization for testing our associates—now offered to the public for at-home testing. A physician and bioinformatician, Taha served two terms under President Obama, including the first Chief Health Informatics officer at the FDA. During this time as a public servant, he pioneered the use of emerging technologies and the cloud (the CDC’s electronic disease surveillance), and established widely accessible global data sharing platforms: the openFDA, which enabled researchers and the public to search and analyze adverse event data, and precisionFDA (part of the Presidential Precision Medicine initiative).
Taha holds doctor of medicine and master of science in biostatistics degrees from the University of Texas and completed clinical training at Harvard Medical School’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Dr. Namita Mohta, MD
Namita Seth Mohta, MD, is a physician executive with expertise in health care delivery transformation. Dr. Mohta is the Executive Editor for NEJM Catalyst, a journal focused on practical innovations in healthcare delivery. She is part of the founding leadership team who built and launched the platform and has responsibility for editorial strategy and quality.
Dr. Mohta is also the Director of the Serious Illness Care Program (SICP) at Ariadne Labs, a joint health system innovation lab part of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She supports the design, test, and spread of solutions that improve outcomes for patients with serious illness.
Dr Mohta has been part of the founding Population Health and ACO leadership teams at both Mass General Brigham and the New England Quality Care Alliance/Tufts Medical Center, both in Boston. Dr. Mohta has industry experience as a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group. She often consults with health-care technology and delivery start-ups to provide strategic and technical expertise that result in impactful products and services, including PatientPing (acquired by Apriss) and CityBlock Health. Dr. Mohta practices internal medicine as a hospitalist at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She is Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School. She completed her Internal Medicine and Primary Care residency training at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Dr. Mohta is a graduate of Yale College and Yale School of Medicine.