Building Out a Digital Approach to Collaborative Care
Founder & CEO, NeuroFlow
Chris Molaro, named a top 10 transformational leader of healthcare and a finalist for EY’s ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ is the CEO and Co-Founder of NeuroFlow and on a mission to bridge the gap between mental and physical health. After five years of service and a tour of duty, he returned home to witness firsthand the devastating toll of an error-prone and inefficient mental health system in the United States. He soon channeled his passion and energy into launching and running the veteran literacy non-profit called Things We Read. Afterwards, Chris went on to complete his MBA at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and subsequently launched NeuroFlow after graduating.Chris regularly is a speaker at numerous healthcare events, panels, and summits. Additionally, Chris has been a featured speaker for the American Psychological Association, Partners Health World Innovation Forum, interviewed on SiriusXM radio, NBC10, and in multiple healthcare and business focused podcasts, profiled in multiple publications, guest lectured at Penn's Engineering school, and provided his expert opinion on CMS policies.
John Eiler is the System Vice President for Behavioral Services with Health First on the Space Coast of Florida, with behavioral wellness responsibilities across an integrated delivery network of four hospitals, a large multi-specialty medical group and a health insurance plan operating across Central Florida. John’s initial two years at Health First have focused on expanding access to behavioral healthcare, integrating counseling and psychiatry into primary care practices with over 75 providers. This Collaborative Care project combines onsite and virtual services, including innovative outreach technologies.John previously led the Psychiatric Support Center (PSC) for Barnes-Jewish Hospital in affiliation with the Dept. of Psychiatry at the Washington University School of Medicine. He founded the PSC in 2011 as a freestanding psychiatric hospital operated as a public/private partnership among SSM Health Care, BJC Healthcare and the Missouri Dept. of Mental Health. Prior to leading the PSC startup John served for eight years as the Executive Vice President of Operations for Behavioral Health and Senior Services for SSM Health Care – St. Louis. John has long been a proponent of technology in human services, and earlier in his career created an adaptive technology laboratory to support persons with disabilities.John served on the American Hospital Association’s Section for Psychiatric & Substance Abuse Services and is a past chair of the Behavioral Health Network of Greater St. Louis and past member of the Board of Trustees at the National Association of Behavioral Healthcare. He trained in clinical psychology and neurosciences at Washington University, University of Southern California and the University of Washington Medical School. John has over 40 publications and presentations in neuropsychology, aging, engineering and assistive technology, including a multi-year NSF grant for bioengineering research to aid the disabled.
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