VP Medical Director -TBD
Acting General Consul
ANDREW F. MCBRIDE, III
is a Partner at McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, LLP. Mr. McBride
served as Law Secretary to the Hon. Irving I. Rubin of the Superior
Court of New Jersey, Law Division.
Mr. McBride has extensive experience in general health care law matters, including clinically integrated healthcare provider organizations, mergers and acquisitions, professional staff and health care antitrust matters. He has significant experience in the litigation and alternate dispute resolution of complex healthcare reimbursement and payment arrangements.
Mr. McBride concentrates his practice in corporate healthcare law, antitrust, managed care, healthcare litigation and alternate dispute resolution. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey and New York and to practice before the United States District Court for the Districts of New Jersey and New York and United States First and Third Circuit Courts of Appeal.
Mr. McBride is a member of New Jersey State Bar Association and the American Health Lawyers Association. He is past Chair of the American Bar Association’s Section of Healthcare Litigation. He is also a member of the American Arbitration Association’s Commercial Panel and the American Health Lawyers Alternate Dispute Service. Mr. McBride is and has been for 18 years an adjunct professor at Seton Hall Law School, where he has taught the survey course on health law and currently teaches transactional health law and antitrust principles and health care. Mr. McBride has been recognized since 2006 as a New Jersey Super Lawyer in healthcare law and has consistently been recognized as a “Top Lawyer” by the New Jersey Monthly and the New York Magazine and “Best Lawyer “by the American Registry.
Director Of Data Analytics - TBD
Acting Project Manager
LEE ROPIAK developed managerial and business skills in New York
running two manufacturing facilities, a music publishing company and
distribution structures in an extremely competitive environment.
He employed, trained and managed as many as fifty production,
supervisory and creative employees. As a CEO of an international record
company, he grew the business and continued to meet the payroll for
fifteen years until 1997.
Subsequently Lee chose to enter the medical industry for its broad impact on everyday life. He worked directly with the founders of diagnostic medical equipment resale industry, as it is known today. Infinity Medical Equipment Services was started in New York City twelve years ago to specialize in diagnostic imaging equipment (primarily in MRI and CT re-sale). He currently works with three to six similar organizations in joint ventures.
In 2002, he became an active participant in the development of GHS (healthcare consulting firm) its strategic business plan as well as its promotion. Lee Ropiak has been an active participant in a phase of a hospital restructuring plan in New York City with emphasis on the “Boutique” model focusing on a small number of specialties. At Cabrini Medical Center in NYC, he helped implement a business model based on a “Third-Party Management” solution for cardiovascular medicine. He helped to provide access to the latest equipment and clinical technology including Cardiac CT, CT Angiography and Cardiac MR. Virtual elimination of capital costs helped re-focus professional management and reduced financial risk, all at an affordable “per click” fee. The hospital effectively pioneered one of the first integration of cardiovascular and radiological specialties culminated by introduction of first CPT codes for that purpose. Currently at Integrated Medical Specialties, LLC, Lee Ropiak is working on adaptations of the above model and related solutions for other organizations.
Network Management - TBD