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CMA: Leverage Data to Manage Through Crisis and Beyond

COVID-19 has imposed unprecedented demands on HHS programs and the citizens being served around the country. New York State has been recognized as a leader with its comprehensive response program and the ability to leverage the power of data. CMA and Tableau have supported NYS pandemic responses, including public COVID response dashboards, facilitating funding allocations to providers based on the CARES Act, and performing impact analysis to major programs like Medicaid. Please join Tableau and CMA's Gary Davis, Executive Vice President, Steve Zizzi, Chief Innovation Officer, and Jeff Wendth, Vice President of Healthcare Solutions, to learn how the power of data can help you manage through this crisis and beyond.

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This is part of the Leading Through Change in Government webinar series.

About the speakers


Gary Davis

Executive Vice President, Currier McCabe & Associates

Gary Davis has more than 25 years of experience managing large, diverse information technology projects, which include application development, re-engineering, workflow analysis and design, data standards, systems design and implementation, human resource and financial management systems, imaging applications, and network design, implementation, and support. Prior to joining CMA, Mr. Davis spent more than 25 years in public service with New York City and New York State government. He served as a Senior Project Manager for the New York State Office for Technology reporting to the Governor's Office of State Operations on large, statewide technology projects, including Y2K, Statewide Technology Standards, and the IT Training Academy.


Jeff Wendth

Vice President of Healthcare Solutions, Currier McCabe & Associates

Jeff Wendth oversees the development of CMA's strategic offerings that address the needs of clientele in the rapidly evolving healthcare marketplace. Mr. Wendth possesses a unique blend of operational experience across the healthcare ecosystem, coupled with an appreciation for the vital role that IT and leading practices can play in driving sustainable transformations within the industry. He comes to CMA from IBM, where for 18 years, he served as an executive responsible for the development of large-scale business consulting, analytics, systems integration, strategic outsourcing, and applications development/management solutions for some of the largest healthcare providers, payers, and governmental organizations across North America. Over 17-years before joining IBM, Mr. Wendth served as a senior executive responsible for acute, long-term care, and medical practice operations within one of the nation's largest health systems; the COO of an integrated medical practice; and a provider relations and reimbursement executive for a major Blue Cross & Blue Shield plan.


Steve Zizzi

Chief Innovation Officer, Currier McCabe & Associates

Steve Zizzi is CMA's Chief Innovation Officer and also serves as our NYS MDW Program Executive. As CIO, Steve is responsible for leading and managing all aspects of creating and evolving innovative products and solutions for CMA's clients and the global marketplace. His responsibilities include management of market research, applying CMA's innovative technology to business needs and best of breed solutions, and continuous development of CMA's vision for technology solutions. Mr. Zizzi also manages CMA's data centers, the Software Products Division, and oversight of CMA's Medicaid Data Warehouse for New York State. Mr. Zizzi joined CMA in 2000, bringing 25 years of electrical engineering and IT experience to the company. Prior to CMA, his professional career spanned design automation and CAD/CAM systems for electronic design and manufacturing, semiconductor manufacturing, and information security systems. Steve worked with the Intelligence community and founded a data security company in Southern California, focused on embedded cryptology and distributed key management. He holds eight US patents for his work in this area.

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