Every Member group receives a position on the USWHA Board of Directors, where they share their experience and expertise with our Membership and act as USWHA ambassadors back at their practices. We empower and educate our Board to advance our Mission, and we continuously see the results from our collective efforts.
President:Jack Feltz, MD Vice President:Mark Cone, MD Treasurer:Brian P. Kelly Secretary:Kay Stout MD, MBA Officers-at-Large:Tod Bunker
Genevieve Fairbrother, MD, MPH Dan Shemenski
Our Purpose: recognize and evaluate business opportunities that may arise either of a clinical or business nature specific to OB/GYN practices.
Frank Caso, Chair
Our Purpose: provide direction and advice to the Board regarding acceptable ethical operation of the organization. Originally conceived to provide guidance on USWHA’s interface with industry, the committee is available to review any matter in which medical or business ethics are a component of decision-making.
Paul Murphree, MD, Chair
Our Purpose: oversee the U.S. Women’s Health Alliance’s group purchasing to meet and exceed each member’s need and help financially secure The Alliance through program funding and member value.
Dan Shemenski, Director of National Group Purchasing
Information Technology (IT)
Our Purpose: source, evaluate and implement the highest quality of technology-based services that leverage the national reach and scope of The Alliance in the most cost effective and resource efficient manner possible.
Karen Ryer, Chair
Our Purpose: raise awareness among potential members and patients, encourage interest and involvement among current members and educate the entire organization on Alliance activities, progress and events through a cohesive, coordinated communication effort.
Andrew Villa, MD, Chair
Our Purpose: explore, develop and implement opportunities for member groups to participate in meaningful value based care initiatives that provide the best care possible while optimizing outcomes for our patients while eliminating unnecessary costs to the system.