Regina LaBelle interview

Regina LaBelle is a principal with LaBelle Strategies where she advises governments and non-profits on effective strategies to address the opioid epidemic. A Visiting Fellow with the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, Regina is a frequent commentator on the opioid issue, with appearances on MSNBC and in national publications. Regina served for eight years in the Obama Administration, as senior policy advisor and Chief of Staff in the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP).

Susan Mazer interview

Susan E. Mazer, Ph.D. is a thought-leader on the environment of care as it impacts the patient experience. Her many published articles and white papers provide a unique and evidence-informed foundation for solutions to the unique challenges of the patient experience. Currently, she is the President-CEO and Co-Founder of Healing HealthCare Systems, which produces The C.A.R.E. Channel.

Sharon Kim

Sharon Kim is an Assistant Professor of Management and the Director of Human-Centered Design and Innovation at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. She holds a PhD in Organizational Behavior from Cornell University. Sharon’s research focuses on creativity in organizations. She has been published in several academic journals and featured in popular media outlets like Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Scientific American, and Fast Company.

Amy Cueva

Amy Cueva founded Mad*Pow in 2000 with Will Powley, and together they’ve created an award-winning agency that partners with clients to improve health, help people achieve financial wellbeing, help them learn, and connect. Amy plays an essential role in Mad*Pow’s visualization of a changed healthcare system in the United States.

Bon Ku

Bon Ku, MD, MPP is the Assistant Dean for Health and Design and an Associate Professor at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. He is a practicing emergency medicine physician and the founder/director of the first design thinking program in a medical school. His innovative program that teaches future physicians to apply human-centered design to healthcare challenges has been highlighted in the The New York Times, New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst, The Huffington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer and Inc. Magazine.