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Dr. Master has devoted his career to reimagining healthcare for the most socially and medically vulnerable populations. His approach to medicine is grounded in fundamentally changing value systems, altering financial approaches, and empowering multidisciplinary care teams on the front lines delivering care. From 2003 to 2016, Dr. Master co founded and led the non-profit care system Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA) as President and CEO. CCA become widely recognized as one of the finest examples of health care transformation in the nation.
Since retiring from his post, Dr. Master continues to practice and see patients as a hospitalist on the CCA service at Boston Medical Center. Prior to CCA, Dr. Master founded Community Medical Alliance as well as Urban Medical Group (UMG), both focused on complex delivery of care models. It was at UMG where Dr. Master established a professional relationship with WellBe CEO, Dr. Jeff Kang, and realized they share a common purpose of caring for frail, polychronic and often underserved patients. In the 80’s, Dr. Master gained an understanding of the finance and policy changes that were needed to transform delivery of care systems while directing the Massachusetts Medicaid Program. In 2009, a storied career led to Dr. Master to be recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) with the National Health Quality Award for his leadership in improving the quality of care for vulnerable populations.
Dr. Master serves as an advisor to WellBe Senior Medical.
Late in 2006, excited to solve its challenges and move healthcare forward by sharing best-in-class innovations with the industry’s leadership, record-setting sales executive Richard Lungen founded Leverage Health. Today, with many longtime colleagues on his team, Richard continues to act as an industry connecter and leader, and as an advisor to the most respected companies in healthcare.
Richard continues the work he founded Leverage Health to do, directing the world class team through healthcare’s busiest intersections while driving aspiring innovators to solve industry challenges. When colleagues—whether they represent a PPO, a health plan, a pharmacy, or a self-insured provider—look for solutions, they turn to Richard and Leverage Health to connect them to the up-and-coming companies that can take them forward. By founding the industry’s only Venture Catalyst, Richard has created a framework for solving some of healthcare’s most pressing problems.
Founder and Managing Member of Leverage Health
Aperture Health, Board Advisor
VIM, Board Advisor
HCEG, Board Member
State University of New York, Buffalo
With more than 30 years as a healthcare executive, Leeba Lessin has transformed health delivery systems and established a proven ability to execute strategic plans from ideation to implementation. Her vision and leadership have generated positive results at more than 20 organizations and has shaped the model of care delivery for patients throughout the nation. Lessin pioneered models of care for complex, polychronic patients by leveraging a dynamic group care model focused on patient satisfaction and outcomes, while reducing medical waste. Leeba is passionate about creating access to care that improves patients’ lives.
Leeba regularly speaks at industry conferences and her interviews can be found in various publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Fox Business News.
Lessin received her bachelor’s degree in History from Westmont College, and master’s in business administration from University of Washington. Amongst her academic accomplishments, Leeba Lessin has received several distinguished accolades including the Mathias Award for Excellence in Health Care Leadership, awarded by the Partners in Care Foundation.
Leeba Lessin serves as an advisor to WellBe Senior Medical.
Westmont College, BA and
University of Washington, MBA
Mathias Award for Excellence in Health Care Leadership
Awarded by the Partners in Care Foundation
Dedicating his career to healthcare marketing, Brian is passionate about improving the lives of patients through storytelling and building brands that change lives. Developing new strategies, processes and resources that create value fuels Brian. Throughout his career, Brian has worked across several care models including physical therapy, occupational therapy, home health, and value-based medicine. During his time at Athletico Physical Therapy, he led the integration of over 300 physical therapy clinics consisting of seven brands and organically opened more than 100 clinics throughout 15 states. Working at a business-to-business marketing agency, Brian focused on multiple verticals and clients ranging from building products to medical equipment.
Being part of the healthcare delivery system evolution is important to Brian – Integrating powerful care models and impactful brands alongside clinicians that practice at the top of their license allows each day to be filled with inspiring moments that lead to improving the lives of patients and communities.
Outside of work, Brian is an avid foodie, traveler, and always has an ear out for new music. Brian’s greatest joy in life comes from spending time with his family.
Brian holds a BA in Integrated Marketing Communications from Illinois State University.
Illinois State University, Integrated Marketing Communications
A dedicated leader, Sara has been a nurse for over 20 years finding her passion as a Nurse Practitioner in providing home based geriatric and palliative care. She has experience working in academic, local and community-based organizations focusing on the most critically ill and vulnerable populations of adults. Sara brings this career long commitment to improving the care delivery for older adults to WellBe Senior Medical where she will train and develop the clinical teams to provide the highest quality of care with unsurpassed levels of compassion and knowledge.
Sara completed a fellowship in Nursing Leadership at Duke University in 2017 and continues her training through the American College of Healthcare Executives. She mentor’s healthcare professionals in palliative care and communication through the Coleman Foundation led by the University of Chicago. Sara is also involved in the American Association of Home Care Medicine and continues to see patients in the Chicago market.
University of Rhode Island
Professionally, Dan is passionate about the business of healthcare. He has served as an advisor to healthcare entrepreneurs and supported significant investments in a variety of healthcare services businesses. Personally, he is the proud grandson of two women who have largely shaped who he is today. For more than 10 years, he has experienced first-hand the many ways in which the U.S. healthcare system has failed when it comes to care for the elderly. His passion for healthcare, and for the mission at WellBe Senior Medical, is all about his love for his grandmothers and his belief that we can do better for our seniors, who deserve dignity, respect and compassion.
Dan has a bachelor’s in economics and international studies from Yale University and a master’s in business administration from Harvard University.
MBA Harvard University
As a senior technology and business executive, Denise believes in transformation. For 25 years, she has led, built and grown technology teams to help deliver what businesses need: the data, information and systems that customers, employees and people depend on. She brings her sense of passion and mission to WellBe Senior Medical to develop technology that can help transform care for patients and clinicians.
Prior to joining ChenMed, Denise held positions as a global CTO at Deutsche Bank and Premier Healthcare Alliance. At Deutsche Bank, Denise led more than 8,000 people in four global development centers. At Premier, her tenure gave Denise her first experience in healthcare and inspired her sense of mission to serve patients and work to deliver more comprehensive, coordinated care.
As CTO for Premier, Denise was responsible for revamping a complex data platform that supported the company’s payers, providers and supply chain partners. This platform supported 3,500 hospitals and more than 80,000 non-acute care sites. Receiving 1 out of every 3 discharges in the United States on a monthly basis, this effort enabled millions of dollars of savings across the alliance. As a result of her leadership, Denise received the coveted CTO Innovation award from IBM.
Earlier in her career, Denise gained significant experience in Fortune 500 companies, leading technology change programs and implementations. She has a formal education in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Physics.
Global CTO, Deutsche Bank & Premier Healthcare Alliance
Appalachian State University
MS NC State University
Since the start of his career, Dr. Jeffrey Kang has been on a mission to change the way care is delivered to older patients with chronic, complex conditions. He has worked in medical groups, commercial health insurance, the federal government, and retail health care to bring about changes to improve care for these patients. The launch of WellBe Senior Medical brings that mission to life for the patients he has served for more than three decades.
At the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Dr. Kang was responsible for national coverage decisions, regulation of the healthcare industry, and health plan and provider quality measurement and improvement. He used that platform to develop risk adjustments for sicker, chronic patients, develop HEDIS and STAR measurement programs and make investments in information technology to improve data tracking. With these investments in place, the healthcare system could support improvements in care for older patients.
With these fundamental improvements in place, Dr. Kang began to implement new models of care. At Cigna, as chief medical officer, he led the development of high-performance networks, medical home and collaborative Accountable Care initiatives – all designed to improve patient care while managing costs. At Walgreens, as senior vice president of Walgreens health and wellness services and solutions, he ran the company’s emerging healthcare businesses. He led the growth of the company’s retail healthcare clinics, employer worksite clinics, accountable care organization and hospital system pharmacies. Most recently, he served as president of ChenMed, a privately held, full-risk Medicare Advantage primary care practice that delivers high-quality, concierge-style care to low-to-moderate income seniors.
Dr. Kang received a BA from Harvard, an MD from UC San Francisco, and an MPH from UC Berkeley. He did his clinical training at Boston’s Beth Israel Hospital and remained on the clinical faculty at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Kang currently serves on the board of directors of NCQA, the National Committee for Quality Assurance, and ChenMed.
NCQA, National Committee for Quality Assurance
MD UC San Francisco
MPH UC Berkeley
My mother died 10 years ago of esophageal cancer at the age of 86. She was a kind woman and loved life. She was strong and made it through many of life’s ups and downs. She lived through three previous cancer diagnoses, and this last one finally caught up with her.
Through her last six months, I would see her at home and in the hospital. She had her own oncologist and her own primary care doctor, but as a doctor myself, I spent a lot of time taking care of her and ensuring that she understood the endless tests, drugs, and treatment options that filled her days. As so many caregivers do, I guided her through the many difficult decisions she had to make and was fortunate to have deep knowledge of her condition and options. I was both her son and her trusted, personal physician, Dr. Marcus Welby. As I spoke with other clinician friends about caring for their families, I heard over and over how fortunate they felt to be able to provide their loved ones with the care they believed was so important to better health. It showed me how important it is to have someone you trust visit you in your home or anywhere you are, whenever you need it. It inspired me to create WellBe, and it’s what we are all about – because we believe every person, every patient, should have a Dr. Marcus WellBe in the family – a doctor, a friend, they trust to take care of them where and when they need it.
A dedicated healthcare executive, Caroline Khan has a record of improving patient care. Throughout her career, Caroline has focused on building programs that enhance quality care for patients and create a better experience for clinicians, while improving overall efficiency. She has served in key leadership positions in managed care, fee-for-service and government funded programs and now brings the depth of her experience and talent to the chief operating officer position at WellBe Senior Medical.
Caroline also served as vice president, Clinical Transformation at HealthCare Partners; chief operating officer at Cigna Medical Group; vice president and chief of staff at Molina; and chief operating officer, West Region, for Prospect Medical Holdings.
She holds a master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of LaVerne and is working toward a doctorate in Public Administration. Caroline has served on several boards, including Talbert Ambulatory Surgery Center and College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific.
Talbert Ambulatory Surgery Center
College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
MHA University of LaVerne
Candidate, PhD Public Administration
A committed physician, Dr. Iyad Houshan began his professional life teaching aspiring doctors what medicine could be. He has worked through his career and now joins WellBe Senior Medical to make that vision a reality, delivering the highest quality care to patients, while meeting or exceeding the business goals associated with healthcare delivery.
As chief medical officer at Health Essentials, Dr. Houshan led his clinical team to design treatment offerings around the specific patient needs to eliminate fragmented care, improve costs and enhance patients’ quality of life. As the company expanded, Dr. Houshan and his team ultimately served 1,000 patients in home hospice and facility-based care, with operations at seven sites across three states. In addition to his work at Health Essentials, Dr. Houshan developed a comprehensive at-home care program as senior medical officer at Alignment Health and expanded community care centers to six states and 7,000 members as senior medical officer for Care More Health plan. At every health plan he was part of, focus on quality of care was reflected in a 4-STAR rating or better.
Dr. Houshan is a sought-after speaker with the American College of Physicians (ACP), has served as a preceptor, a researcher, and has published articles focused on cardiac surgical procedures.
Dr. Houshan received his bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from University of California San Diego, and his medical doctorate from the Ross University School of Medicine.
American College of Physicians
University of California San Diego
MD Ross University of Medicine