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Claire E. Castles, JD, LLM Partner Jones Day Bart M. Demaerschalk, MD, MSc, FRCP(C) Professor of Neurology and Medical Director, Telemedicine Mayo Clinic Center for Connected Care Claire Castles advises clients across the health care industry on compliance strategies and regula- tory issues and in proceedings before federal and state govern- ment agencies. Her areas of practice include licensing and certification, pay- ment and reimbursement, health privacy, Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA), Medicare condi- tions of participation, contracting and transactional matters, internal investigations, and government investigations and audits. Ms. Castles’ experience includes advising hospitals and large academic medical centers in operational and adminis- trative responses to state immediate jeopardy and privacy breach findings and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Ser- vices' surveys and deficiency findings, including threatened termination actions. She also assists clients in responding to Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General audits, recovery audit contractor (RAC) and other program safeguard contractor (PSC) audits, and advising clients on repayments to private payers and the Medicare and Medicaid program. She is a voting member of the National Native American Bar Asso- ciation and fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Dr. Demaerschalk received his M.D. from the University of British Columbia. He completed his neurology residency and vascular neurology fellowship training at the University of Western Ontario and postgraduate training in clinical epidemiology, biostatistics, health research methodol- ogy, and health professional education at McMaster Universi- ty and University of Toronto. He joined Mayo Clinic in 2001 and is a professor in the Department of Neurology, director of Vascular Neurology, Hospital Neurology, Tele Stroke, and Tele Neurology. Dr. Demaerschalk has specialized in stroke, emer- gency neurology, and telemedicine for over a decade. He co- authored American Heart Association and American Stroke Association guidelines for the management of acute ischemic stroke and American Academy of Neurology guidelines for telemedicine in neurology. He has designed and conducted pivotal clinical trials demonstrating reliability, validity, safety, and efficacy of telemedicine for stroke and the first US cost effectiveness analysis of telestroke. He is the author of more than 150 research manuscripts, chapters and editorials. Shauna M. Coyne, BSc James J. Dickson, BA, MBA Director, IT Innovation New York-Presbyterian Hospital Shauna Coyne is the director of Innovation at New York- Presbyterian Hospital, where she oversees operations and enterprise technology implementa- tion. The mission of the NYP Innovation Center is to leverage the latest technology to improve the patient experience, hospital operations, and clinical outcomes for the NYP enterprise through digital healthcare and innovation. Ms. Coyne and her team are focused on moving 20% of the business to virtual care. Ms. Coyne was one of the original founders of the innovation department back in 2015. Prior to this role, she worked in various departments at NYP such as Peri-Operative Services and Transplant. She has been at New York- Presbyterian for seven years. She is a graduate of University College Cork, Ireland. 15 | Page Chief Executive Officer / Administrator Copper Queen Community Hospital James J. Dickson is the Chief Execu- tive Officer of Copper Queen Community Hospital, located in rural Bisbee, Arizona. As CEO for the last 17 years, he has overseen the expansion of CQCH from a strug- gling facility to a profitable and national- ly recognized rural health care network. Mr. Dickson has led hospitals and physician groups in Illinois, Ohio, New York and California. He has spent the past 18 years working with critical access hospitals, including CQCH, a 14-bed acute-care center offering a full range of services. It is a Level IV Trauma Center and is considered among the top 5 percent of hospitals na- tionally for its innovat ₯Ω”ΥΝ”½˜Ρ•‘Ή½±½δ…Ή…•Ν́ѼΝΑ”΄)₯…±ΡδΝ•ΙΩ₯•ΜΡ‘ɽ՝ ₯Ρ́ѕ±•΅•‘₯₯Ή”ΑΙ½Ι…΄Έ5ΘΈ₯­Ν½Έ)₯́ё”€ΘΐΔāέ₯ΉΉ•Θ½˜Ρ‘”΅•Ι₯…Έ!½ΝΑ₯Ρ…°ΝΝ½₯…Ρ₯½»ŠeΜ)M‘₯Ι±•δΉΈ5ΥΉΙ½”1•…‘•ΙΝ‘₯ΐ݅ɐΈ!”…±ΝΌΙ••ΉΡ±δΙ”΄)•₯Ω•‘½Ή½Ί™Ι½΄Ρ‘”Ι₯ι½Ή„!½ΝΑ₯Ρ…°…Ή!•…±Ρ‘…Ι”ΝΝΌ΄)₯…Ρ₯½Έ…Ή‘…́‰••ΈΡέ₯”Ή…΅•Ρ‘”=ΥΡΝΡ…Ή‘₯ΉœIΥΙ…°)!•…±Ρ AΙ½™•ΝΝ₯½Ή…°‰δΡ‘”Ι₯ι½Ή„IΥΙ…°!•…±Ρ ΝΝ½₯…Ρ₯½Έ(‘ιI!€Έ!”‘…͕́ΙΩ•™½ΘΡ‘”Α…ΝЁΝ₯ΰε•…Ί…́„΅•΅‰•Θ½˜)Ρ‘”Ι₯ι½Ή„!½ΝΑ₯Ρ…°ΝΝ½₯…Ρ₯½Έ ½…ɐ½˜₯Ι•Ρ½Ί…Ή₯́„)Α…ΝЁAΙ•Ν₯‘•ΉΠ½˜ιI!Έ