Meet the Panel 


Chronic Disease Management   RoundTable

 a Healthcare Roundtable Series event 


Tues., October 8, 2013 | 7:30-9:30 am 


Imperial Club | Aventura    


Richard Lucibella Richard Lucibella, MHS, MBA, CEO & Director, Accountable Care Options, LLC


 Mr. Lucibella earned a Master in Health Science from Johns Hopkins and Master in Business Administration from the Wharton School. He began his career with the Health Care Financing Administration (Medicare) and was directly involved in the original Medicare HMO risk projects. Mr. Lucibella has been active in South Florida Medicare risk programs since the mid 1980's.


Robert Litman, RPh, CPh, CGP, UltiMed Health Advisors, Inc. Robert Litman


Mr. Litman has been a licensed Pharmacist practicing in Florida for 30 years. He graduated from the University of Florida with degrees in Zoology and Pharmacy. He is licensed as a Registered Pharmacist and Consultant Pharmacist and is Board Certified in Geriatrics. Mr. Litman is certified in Natural Medicines and is a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists. He is an adjunct Professor of Clinical Geriatrics and Advanced Clinical Geriatrics at Nova Southeastern University, College of Pharmacy.


Lisa RawlinsLisa Rawlins, Director, Healthcare Vertical, SRG Technology    


Recognized as a national leader, Ms. Rawlins has served in varying leadership capacities, with approximately 20 years of experience, from hospital administration, to health policy analysis, health regulation, IT vendor, always with a particular focus in HIT. She served as the Executive Director for the first state-level task force on HIE created by Governor Jeb Bush in 2004 in anticipation of the formation of the ONC for HIT, directed Florida's first consumer transparency initiative which publicly reported hospital outcomes, health plan rating and the retail price of pharmacy drugs in 2005 and co-authored one of the nation's first research efforts in 2007 on identifying Potential Preventable Hospital Readmissions.


Nabil El Sanadi, MD, MBA, Board Certified Emergency Medicine Nabil El Sanadi MD


Dr. Nabil El Sanadi is the Chief of Emergency Medicine for Broward Health. He graduated from Ohio State University with honors in medicine and public health. Following medical school, he completed a medicine residency and a one-year cardiology research fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio. He obtained a Masters of Business Administration at Weather Head School of Management in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. El Sanadi is currently serving his second appointment to the Florida Board of Medicine. His first appointment was by Governor Bush and most recently Governor Scott.


Jonathan Fialkow MD  Jonathan Fialkow, MD, Fellow American College of Cardiology


Dr. Fialkow is a founding member of HeartWell and its Managing Member. He is Medical Director of the Stress Lab, Electrocardiography and Cardiac Rehabilitation Services at Baptist Hospital of Miami and Medical Director of the Chest Pain Center. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Clinical Lipidology and certified by that organization. His medical degree is from Boston University School of Medicine. He completed his internal medicine internship and residency at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York. He completed a cardiology fellowship at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital. Dr. Fialkow has been a principal investigator in many major clinical trials in cardiology.


Moderator: Bimal Shah, CLU, ChFC, CASL | President, Rajparth Advisory Group    

Mr. Shah is the President of Rajparth Advisory Group. He is a recognized speaker with presentations at several physician associations meetings, Asian Indian cultural events, business associations and networking meetings. He is a lifetime member of Million Dollar Round Table, the premier organization of most successful financial advisors, and has been honored with national industry awards such as NQA (National Quality Award) and NSAA (National Sales Achievement Award).  

About the Program 
A constant drain on our nation's physical and financial health, properly managing persistent ailments presents both a challenge and an opportunity.  Along with end-of-life care, it's a key driver of healthcare inflation.  Taming it is paramount and one of the core goals of the Affordable Care Act. The AMA recently defined obesity as a disease.  Meanwhile, CMS is considering paying primary-care physicians for complex chronic care management services of Medicare patients without an in-person patient visit. The Medical Home and the ACO concepts are turning into reality with increasing frequency. So reimbursements models are obviously evolving to meet the needs of the population and providers who welcome and prepare for this change stand to profit.  Those who don't get ready stand to lose as at-risk contracting becomes ubiquitous.       

ow can your practice benefit from this paradigm shift in health services delivery?

Provider Price Only $19.95;  Student Registration is Complimentary. 
Michael Casanova
Master of Ceremonies:
Michael Casanova, MBA
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Opening Remarks by
Matt Gracey
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Closing Remarks by
Jeffery Kramer, CPA

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