Moody Chisholm, CEO, St. Vincent’s HealthCare
Moody Chisholm is the President and Chief Executive Officer of St. Vincent’s HealthCare. St. Vincent’s HealthCare is the Jacksonville Ministry of Ascension Health, serving the community with nearly 5,000 associates and 1,000 physicians. St. Vincent’s ministries include St. Vincent’s Medical Center Riverside, St. Vincent’s Medical Center Southside, St. Catherine Labouré Manor, St. Vincent’s Primary Care and Physician Enterprise, Consolidated Laboratory and Pharmacy Services, ambulance services, and Outreach mobile health ministries that serve a 5-county region.
Prior to joining St. Vincent’s, Mr. Chisolm was with Universal Health Services for 24 years, advancing to Vice President of the Acute Care Division of the company with responsibility both as CEO and as the regional leader for multiple hospitals. He was recognized with various leadership awards from Universal Health Services, as well as awards for charitable and community leadership over his tenure in hospitals in Florida, Texas, South Carolina, and Louisiana. Moody has been elected to the first class of Ascension Health’s Leadership Academy. He holds a BS in Hospital Administration and a BS in Economics from Appalachian State University and a Masters degree in business administration from Nova Southeastern University.
Moody sees St. Vincent’s HealthCare as having significant opportunities for growth and for enhanced service within the greater Jacksonville and Clay County areas and is committed to being an active part of both communities.
Hugh Greene, CEO, Baptist Health
Hugh Greene is President and Chief Executive Officer of Baptist Health. Mr. Greene holds a master’s degree in Health Administration from the Medical College of Virginia and a master’s degree of Divinity from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Wake Forest University.
Mr. Greene currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the University of North Florida and was named an honorary alumnus of UNF. He was also recently asked to join the Board of PSS World Medical. After serving on the Board of Directors for the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, he served as chair in 2011 and chair of the Cornerstone economic development division in 2007. In 2007, the Jacksonville Business Journal named him one of the area’s 12 “Ultimate CEOs” and he was also inducted into the First Coast Business Hall of Fame.
He has been active with the United Way of Northeast Florida. Mr. Greene was the founding chair of JaxCare, a program for the working uninsured. Additionally, as chair of the Sulzbacher Center Board, he received the Excellence in Healthcare Award for his efforts on behalf of healthcare for the homeless. He serves as a member of the Healthcare and Bioscience Council of Northeast Florida where he chairs the Access to Care work group. Mr. Green was a member of the 1991 Leadership Jacksonville class, and the recipient of the Leadership Jacksonville 2006 Community Trustee Award. Outside of Jacksonville, Mr. Greene currently serves as chair of the Florida Hospital Association Board. He was named “Grassroots Champion” for Florida by the American Hospital Association in 2009 for his political involvement on behalf of hospitals.
Jim O’Loughlin, CEO, Memorial Hospital
Jim O’Loughlin is President and Chief Executive Officer of Memorial Hospital, a 418-bed comprehensive acute-care hospital affiliated with the Hospital Corporation of America. Mr. O’Loughlin holds a PhD from Florida State University, an MBA from Nova University, and a master’s degree from the University of South Carolina.
Prior to joining Memorial Hospital in February of 2012, Mr. O’Loughlin served as the Market Chief Executive Officer for the Carolinas Health System in Florence, South Carolina. Jim began his hospital career as a director of rehabilitation and advanced to Director of Planning and Development, then to Associate Administrator, then CEO and subsequently Market CEO. Throughout his 25 plus years of experience he has served as CEO of hospitals in Florida, Oklahoma, and Alabama, as well as South Carolina.
Under his leadership, his facilities have been recognized for excellence in one or more areas, including such honors as: being named by HCIA as a Top 100 Hospital in the US, being named in the Top 25 Teaching Hospitals in the US, being awarded as a top performing hospital in the company, and being recognized in the top 15 places to work in the state. In addition, 1997 Jim received the Columbia CEO Leadership Award. Jim is known for his community involvement and has served on multiple organizational boards throughout his career including the American Heart Association, United Way, Boy Scouts of America, and the Federation of American Hospitals.
Dr. William Rupp, CEO, Mayo Clinic in Florida
William Rupp, M.D. has served as Chief Executive Officer at Mayo Clinic in Florida since November 2008, coming to Jacksonville from Luther Midelfort – Mayo Health System. Dr. Rupp served five years as President and CEO of Immanuel St. Joseph’s – Mayo Health System in Mankato, Minnesota. Prior to that, he spent 20 years at Luther Midelfort, Mayo Health System’s largest practice, 11 of those years as President and CEO.
He received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College and his medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School and completed a residency in Internal Medicine and Fellowship in Medical Oncology at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
Dr. Rupp is a physician-leader who brings a combination of health care knowledge, operational excellence, and an understanding of how health care issues impact patient care to his role. He has a great deal of experience in quality improvement efforts and has worked collaboratively on both the enterprise and local levels to improve practices and operations. He has a reputation for forging strong community ties and bringing physician groups together. Dr. Rupp has served as a faculty member at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.
Joe Antos, Wilson H. Taylor Scholar In Health Care and Retirement Policy, American Enterprise Institute
Joseph Antos is the Wilson H. Taylor Scholar in Health Care and Retirement Policy at the American Enterprise Institute, a nonpartisan public policy organization based in Washington, DC. He is also a member of the Panel of Health Advisers for the Congressional Budget Office. He recently completed two terms as a commissioner of the Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission, which regulates payment rates and oversees the financial performance of all hospitals in the state. His research focuses on the economics of health policy, including Medicare and broader health system reform, health care financing and the budget, health insurance regulation, and the uninsured.
Prior to joining AEI, Mr. Antos was Assistant Director for Health and Human Resources at the Congressional Budget Office from 1995 to 2001. He held several senior management positions in the Healthcare Financing Administration (now called the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services), including Director of the Office of Research and Demonstrations from 1987 to 1993. He also was Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Management and Budget and Deputy Chief of Staff for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in 1986 and 1987. He also held senior positions in the Office of Management and Budget and the President’s Council of Economic Advisers, from 1983 to 1986. Antos has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Rochester.