Dr. Ines Vigil is vice president of Advanced Analytics at Priority Health. She leads innovative healthcare business and clinical initiatives in clinical practice transformation, analytics, informatics, care delivery, applied econometrics and finance. Vigil’s areas of experience include strategic initiative development and implementation, population health management, analytics and informatics, informatics systems integrations, and more.
Work experience: Dr.Vigil has over ten years of experience in the health care industry, working with providers and organizations in the areas of health care reform, quality improvement, data analytics, informatics, and preventive and occupational medicine. Prior to joining Priority Health, Dr.Vigil was the CEO of IMV Healthcare Solutions, a healthcare consulting company, serving clients across the U.S.
Education: MBA, Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD, 2008 MPH, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Baltimore, MD, 2008 MD, University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Albuquerque, NM BA, Health Policy and Chemistry Sarah Lawrence College Bronxville, NY.
Martha Sylvia PhD, MBA, RN
ForestVue Healthcare Solutions
Dr. Sylvia is President and CEO of ForestVue Healthcare Solutions and Associate Professor at the Medical University of South Carolina College of Nursing, providing expertise in population health analytics, strategy, systems and program level interventions, and educational programs. The focus of her leadership, practice, and academic appointments for over 15 years has been in population health management with clinical oversight; program design, development, and evaluation; and clinical analytics. She developed the first textbook in clinical analytics focused on the needs of the DNP in translating evidence into practice and continues to provide leadership on DNP curriculum development. She has a rich clinical background in acute and ambulatory care with experience from multiple perspectives, including academic health systems, payers, providers, and community health organizations.
She completed her BS in Nursing at the University of Vermont in 1999; MSN/MBA degree in 2004 from the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and Carey School of Business; and PhD in 2009 from the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.