Eric Alcera MD andRamon Solhkhah MDNamed to NJHELA Class of 2019   
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Eric Alcera MD andRamon Solhkhah MDNamed to NJHELA Class of 2019

The NJHELA Class of 2019
The NJHELA Class of 2019, From left to right – Aakash Shah, MD, Medical Director, New Jersey Reentry Corporation and Emergency Physician, Rutgers - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; Larry Downs, Esq., CEO, Medical Society of New Jersey; Victoria Brogan, Sr. Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, New Jersey Hospital Association and NJHELA 2018 Fellow; Former New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey; Ward Sanders, Esq., President of the New Jersey Association of Health Plans; Katie Forkey, Research Assistant, New Jersey Reentry Corporation; and Marlene M. Kalayilparampil, MHA, Manager, Government Relations, Medical Society of New Jersey.

Eric Alcera, M.D., associate corporate medical director of Hackensack Meridian Behavioral Health Services, and Ramon Solhkhah, M.D., Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at Jersey Shore University Medical Center and Corporate Medical Director, HMH Behavioral Health Care Transformation Service, were named to to the Class of 2019 for the New Jersey Healthcare Executive Leadership Academy (NJHELA). 

This is the third class of healthcare executives since the academy’s inception in 2017. NJHELA is a cooperative undertaking among the Medical Society of New Jersey (MSNJ), New Jersey Association of Health Plans (NJAHP), and New Jersey Hospital Association (NJHA) in coordination with academic partner Seton Hall University with grant funding provided by The Physicians Foundation and the Institute of Medicine & Public Health of NJ.

The goal of NJHELA is to build collaborative leadership skills among physicians and executives from both hospitals and health insurance companies. For the past two years, the program focused on improving care at the end-of-life, with members developing and formally presenting projects that highlighted different aspects of this important issue. This year, NJHELA will be focusing on combating the opioid crisis here within the State.

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