Moderator: Jennifer E. Nathan, MD, and Robert S. Pyatt, Jr, MD, FACR
Faculty: K. Elizabeth Hawk, MD, MS, PhD, Amy Kotsenas, MD, FACR, and Sanjay Shetty, MD, MBA, FACR
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
|Jennifer Nathan, MD
|Robert Pyatt, Jr, MD, FACR|
Sanjay Shetty, MD, MBA, FACR
As President of Steward Health Care System, Sanjay Shetty, M.D., leads day-to-day operations and strategy for Steward Health Care’s integrated health system in the United States, including 39 hospitals, a large multispecialty medical group of over 2500 providers, and Steward’s nation-leading accountable care organization. Steward is the largest privately-held, physician owned and run healthcare system in the United States.
Prior to being named role in March 2021, Dr. Shetty most recently served as President of Steward’s South Region, including 12 hospitals and associated business lines in TX, LA, AR, and Florida. Throughout his 11-year tenure at Steward, Dr. Shetty has also held the roles of President of Steward Medical Group and President of Steward Health Care Network, as well as Vice President of Radiology, bringing a breadth of knowledge to this national role to benefit Steward’s patients, providers and staff.
A graduate of Harvard College (AB, Biochemical Sciences, summa cum laude), Harvard Medical School (MD) and The Wharton School (MBA), Dr. Shetty has held teaching positions at the Harvard Medical School and Tufts University School of Medicine, as well as authored numerous articles, reviews and op-eds as a practicing radiologist actively involved in the state and national level of the American College of Radiology, including as former President of the Massachusetts Radiological Society and a member of the ACR Council Steering Committee.
Dr. Shetty lives in Dallas with his wife and children and is active in many philanthropic endeavors, including serving as a Trustee of the Phillips Exeter Academy.
Amy Kotsenas, MD, FACR
Amy Kotsenas, MD is a professor in the Department of Radiology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. Dr. Kotsenas completed her training at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA before then did her residency and fellowship in neuroradiology at Hahnemann Hospital before joining Mayo Clinic in its Jacksonville, FL practice. She is board certified in both neuroradiology and clinical informatics.
Dr. Kotsenas Chairs the Mayo Clinic Clinical Digital Imaging Committee leading the team that oversees enterprise imaging and the clinical image archive. Her team successfully executed and completed a major transition from five separate Radiology Information Systems and nine separate Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) to a single, converged RIS/PACS platform across the Mayo Clinic radiology enterprise in conjunction with the Plummer Project EHR implementation – the largest IT implementation in Mayo Clinic’s history.
In May 2019, Dr. Kotsenas was elected to the American College of Radiology Board of Chancellors and now serves as ACR Council Speaker. She was the 2016 recipient of the ASNR, ACR, AAWR Women in Neuroradiology Leadership award and attended her first Radiology Leadership Institute meeting that fall.
K. Elizabeth Hawk, MD, MS, PhD
Dr. Hawk is a Nuclear Medicine Physician and Neuroradiologist. Her integrated MD/PhD training built a foundation to explore translational discoveries, understand the research process, and teach new emerging concepts.
Following an undergraduate degree in Molecular Cell Biology at UC Berkley, Dr. Hawk completed a masters in medical radiation physics and a PhD in Neuroscience at The Chicago Medical School (RFUMS). She then completed her medical doctorate, residency and dual fellowship requirements at the University of Southern California (USC), and is now dual board certified in Nuclear and Molecular Medicine as well as Radiology. Currently, Dr. Hawk is an Assistant Professor for Stanford Hospital, Nuclear Medicine Division, and also is a regional President for Matrix, Radiology Partners, and the Director of Innovation Engagement.