Anthony Viceroy is the chief executive officer of Westmed Medical Group, a nationally recognized, independent multispecialty medical practice serving the communities of Westchester County, NY, and Fairfield County, CT. Westmed Medical Group is an award-winning team comprised of 500 physicians and advanced practice providers and more than 1,500 employees who are dedicated to partnering with patients in their comprehensive lifelong care. The group offers more than 60 medical specialties across 13 locations in New York and Connecticut.
Mr. Viceroy oversees the strategy, profitable growth and the overall operations of the organization. He focuses on the group’s delivery of care through employee, patient, physician and outcomes-driven engagement that has led to consistent growth of 20 percent annually. With an unparalleled commitment to service excellence, Westmed has earned repeated industry recognition as one of the “Best Workplaces” in the country by Fortune magazine.
Before assuming the position as CEO of Westmed Medical Group in 2015, Mr. Viceroy was president of Westmed Practice Partners, a division of Optum / United Health Group. In that role, he directly oversaw all strategic support and healthcare management services, including the sale of the company to Optum.
Prior to joining Westmed, Mr. Viceroy spent 10 years at Omnicom Group, one of the world’s largest global marketing and communications organizations. There, he served as global president and CFO of Porter Novelli, a worldwide public relations firm within Omnicom’s Diversified Agency Services (DAS) division. In this position, Mr. Viceroy worked closely with the senior management of global brands like Hewlett Packard (HP), McDonald’s, Procter & Gamble (P&G), PepsiCo, and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). He joined Porter Novelli from DAS, where he was senior vice president of financial management and client partnership.
Earlier in his professional career, Mr. Viceroy spent five years as the North American treasurer of the Danish biopharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk.
Mr. Viceroy received his MBA with dual specializations in global management and corporate finance from Fordham University, and his BBA in public accounting from Iona College. He holds an executive certificate from Cornell University in Healthcare Leadership. He is a certified public accountant and a charted global management accountant.
Anthony Viceroy is also a member of the Board of Advisors for New York Medical College and serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Westchester County Association, Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business, Bedford Physicians Risk Retention Group and as a CEO Council Member of the American Medical Group Association (AMGA).
Stephen Rosenthal is the Senior Vice President, Population Health Management for Montefiore’s Integrated Delivery System and President of the CMO The Care Management Company, LLC (CMO), a wholly owned for-profit subsidiary of the Montefiore Health System. Mr. Rosenthal has been a leader in the development of programs and initiatives in Care Management interventions. These programs and those for the frail and vulnerable populations have supported the growth of Montefiore’s Integrated Delivery System, and its 4,900 provider network of physicians, primary care providers, its Home Health Agency, Rehabilitation Facility and eight (8) Acute Care Hospitals. Mr. Rosenthal as Vice President of Montefiore’s Professional Services, developed and managed Montefiore’s Faculty Practice of over 1,000 employed physicians. He has developed over a half a million square feet of ambulatory practice programs and played the leadership role in the initial implementation of Montefiore’s Ambulatory Clinical Information Systems. Mr. Rosenthal also spent a number of years practicing as a Clinical Audiologist.
Stephen Rosenthal holds a Masters Degree in Science, as well as, a Masters of Business Administration in Finance and Management Information Systems, from Brooklyn College and Pace University, respectively. He is an Associate in the Department of Epidemiology and Social Medicine of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Joe is a Partner and manages Mercer’s Health practice in the Northeast. In this role, he leads more than 400 professional and administrative colleagues located from Philadelphia through Maine. He is involved in all aspects of the business including financial management, staffing, business development, client relations and service delivery.
Joe advises a range of clients on their health benefit plans. He has more than 19 years of experience consulting to employers of varying sizes and industries regarding their healthcare benefits, including program design, financial forecasts and administration.
Joe actively contributes to the development of innovative approaches to improve healthcare quality, to enhance the employee experience and to manage costs. Joe has been quoted numerous times in the press and interviewed on TV regarding emerging employer strategies and new legislation.
In addition to his current role, Joe has led Mercer’s Health practice in New York since 2016. Previously, Joe led Mercer’s Health actuarial team in the Northeast for three years and served as Mercer’s national co-chief actuary.
Joe’s previous experience included internships in compensation consulting and health benefits consulting at Mercer as well as retirement consulting at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Joe received a BA in physics, magna cum laude from Yeshiva College. Joe is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
The WCA hosted an important All Access Healthcare event where top healthcare providers and employers discussed new and cost effective ways to provide healthcare for employees. Paying for healthcare is one of the major costs borne by employers and employees alike- estimates for 2020 show that the average cost to provide healthcare coverage is $15,000 per employee. Our panel of experts discussed innovative ways for employers and healthcare providers to work together to produce cost savings, provide better health outcomes and eliminate expensive fragmented care.