Webinar Presenters


Andrew C. Philip Moderator:
Andrew C. Philip, PhD, LP
Clinical Lead and Senior Director
Primary Care Development Corporation

Dr. Andrew Philip is the Clinical Lead and Senior Director of Partnerships at Primary Care Development Corporation: a national nonprofit and community development financial institution that catalyzes excellence in primary care through strategic community investment, capacity building, and policy initiatives to achieve health equity. Andrew is a clinical health psychologist with a background working shoulder-to-shoulder with many other disciplines in medical settings including acute trauma and intensive care, burn, neurology, palliative care, psychiatry, infectious disease, and primary care. Andrew is passionate about driving scalable, high-impact initiatives around integrating physical and behavioral healthcare, improving clinician resiliency in the face of unprecedented stress, and enhancing care for under-served, under-represented, and frankly under-valued populations. Andrew is the immediate past Deputy Director of the SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions and past national trainer for the Department of Defense’s primary care behavioral health integration program. In addition to his work with PCDC, Andrew remains active in private practice with a focus on behavioral medicine and LGBTQ+ health, serves as Faculty for University of Michigan’s integrated care certificate program and Assistant Editor-in-Chief to the peer-reviewed journal, Telehealth and Medicine Today.

 
Sally Poblete Sally Poblete
Head of Provider Experience
Circulo
 
Josh Sol Josh Sol
Administrative Director, Innovation and Clinical/Ambulatory Systems
Houston Methodist

Josh Sol, Administrative Director of Innovation and Clinical/Ambulatory Systems at Houston Methodist. He has over 14 years of progressive health care information technology experience and is passionate about enabling technologies focused on convenience and access to care, as well as improving the digital experience for patients and physicians. As health care moves toward an emphasis on consumerism, accessibility and usability, Josh plays an instrumental role to bring about positive digital transformation.

 
Danny Williams Danny Williams
Vice President of Growth, Cybernetics
Olive Helps

Danny Williams leads growth initiatives for Cybernetics at Olive. Don’t worry, not that “SkyNet” from “Cyberdyne Systems”. Cybernetics is the underlying technology and platform to realize the concept of Olive AI and humans working together in the same time and space. Turning human into superhuman. Prior to joining Olive Danny worked on projects with various cybersecurity and technology measurement and automation platforms. While his historically favorite career path was working with a foundation for social good “everyone loves seeing you when you give away money for a living”, the difference that Olive is making in the healthcare community to better patient care is quickly overtaking that favorite spot.