Enterprise Health announces advisory board formation led by Dr. Peter Lee
Enterprise Health, a leading occupational and employee health IT solution provider, has formed an advisory board to provide input on organizational growth and strategic direction. Dr. Peter Lee, the global medical director for the General Electric Company, is serving as advisory board chair and is leading board recruiting efforts.
“Enterprise Health is experiencing significant growth with Fortune 500 firms, health systems, and government agencies who operate their own on-site health clinics and use our platform to manage occupational and employee health,” stated Enterprise Health president Jeff Donnell. “In addition to forming customer advisory groups, we wanted to create an outside advisory board comprised of occupational health leaders who do not currently use our product. This gives us a well-rounded perspective.”
“When recruiting for the advisory board, we looked for a mix of established experts and up-and-coming talent in the occupational health field,” said Dr. Lee. “Our initial group includes representation from corporate, health system, and academic sectors.”
In addition to Dr. Lee, advisory board members include:
Dr. Bhargav Chandrashekar, occupational health physician at GlaxoSmithKline.
“At our initial meeting, advisory board members had the opportunity to learn more about Enterprise Health and see a demo of the application,” added Dr. Isaac. “Based on that experience, we are eager to share insights and expertise to help the organization grow and scale.”
About Enterprise Health
Enterprise Health is the only health IT solution to combine occupational health and compliance, clinical care, and employee engagement on a single, highly-interoperable, cloud-based platform — equipping enterprise clients and their employees for a healthier future.
Enterprise Health advisory board biographies
Dr. Peter Lee is the global medical director for the General Electric Company. In this capacity, Dr. Lee leads clinical operations, directs occupational health and medicine, develops globally responsive medical policies, and drives advancements in travel medicine, crisis management, and disease prevention. He also supports GE HealthAhead (culture of health initiative) to ensure population health and wellness programs are evidence based and globally engaging. He serves as GE’s public health liaison and teaches in the capacity as an assistant clinical professor at the Yale University School of Medicine.
Dr. Lee is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Vermont College of Medicine, and the Harvard School of Public Health. His post graduate training encompasses an internship in general surgery, fellowship in healthcare quality, and residency at the Harvard Occupational and Environmental Medicine Residency program where he also served as chief resident. Peter is board certified in preventive medicine and a fellow of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM).
Prior to GE, Dr. Lee served as chief strategy officer and corporate medical director of a Boston-based healthcare delivery and consulting firm. He loves golfing and spending time with his family, including his twins.
Dr. Fikry Isaac is founder and chief executive officer of WellWorld Consulting, offering strategic advisory, market research, and board level support to public and private sector clients focused on global health and wellness strategies, policies, and solutions. Dr. Isaac was most recently vice president of Global Health Services for Johnson & Johnson, in New Brunswick, New Jersey. In this role, Dr. Isaac directed the development of health and wellness strategies, policies, guidelines, and services worldwide (occupational medicine, employee assistance program, and wellness). Dr. Isaac was also the chief medical officer for Johnson & Johnson’s Health and Wellness Solutions — a company offering comprehensive wellness solutions for employers, health plans, and other organizations.
Dr. Isaac is a pioneer in the field of workplace health promotion and global health, and has introduced innovative approaches to improve the health and well-being of populations. He is a published author in this field and continues to research population health interventions, using rigorous scientific methods to ensure that these interventions deliver meaningful outcomes. His broad view spans the fields of clinical medicine, behavior change technologies, and economic analyses. Dr. Isaac is an outspoken champion of prevention and health promotion and has achieved remarkable success within Johnson & Johnson — gaining senior management support and funding for health improvement initiatives for all Johnson & Johnson employees worldwide.
In addition to developing and implementing programs that have led to significant risk reduction in the employee population and resulted in proven savings to Johnson & Johnson, Dr. Isaac has taken important leadership positions in the public policy arena among employer groups and government officials. Through his engagement with the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) and Life Science Innovation Forum (LSIF), he was instrumental in the development of an action plan addressing non-communicable disease for member countries, as well as the establishment of a mental wellbeing road map for the region. Dr. Isaac received his medical degree from Ain Shams University Medical School (Cairo, Egypt), was certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in 1991, and earned a master of public health degree in occupational medicine from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2001.
He is a fellow of ACOEM, where he chairs the Corporate Health Achievement Award. Dr. Isaac was the co-chair of the Gold Standard Task Force CEO Roundtable on Cancer, and was the industry co-chair of the APEC Life Science and Innovation Forum. He currently serves as an advisor to the Harvard School of Public Health SHINE committee. Dr Isaac has received many national and international awards and recognition for his work on population health management. In 2016, he was the recipient of the Global Wellness Institute's Leader in Workplace Wellness award.
Dr. Nimisha Kalia is the director for the Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine. She is an assistant professor of medicine in the Johns Hopkins Department of Medicine (JHDOM) and adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Health Services at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHBSPH). Her area of clinical expertise is environmental and occupational medicine. Dr. Kalia is a board-certified in internal medicine, occupational medicine, public health, and general preventive medicine. She previously served as faculty at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical College. She has consulted on occupational medicine projects for large academic hospital systems, Fortune 500 corporations, and international clients in India and China. She brings experience in program development, implementation and assessment, and workers’ compensation programs.
Dr. Kalia earned her M.D. at the University of South Florida College of Medicine. She completed her residency at Greenwich Hospital and performed a fellowship in occupational medicine at Johns Hopkins.
She also holds an M.P.H. from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and an M.B.A. from the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
Dr. Bhargav Chandrashekar is an occupational health physician at GlaxoSmithKline where he is involved in occupational health program management across multiple R&D and manufacturing clinics in North America.
Dr. Chandrashekar also contributes to employee health & wellness strategy and delivery, in collaboration with safety professionals, HR professionals, and business leaders. He also provides consultation and leadership on population health, employee health, and well-being issues.
Dr. Chandrashekar is a graduate of the University of Rochester, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, and University of Cincinnati. He completed his training in occupational and environmental medicine along with a dual M.P.H. and M.H.A from the University of Cincinnati.
He has been a prior House of Delegates member and has held multiple leadership positions at ACOEM. He also serves as a consultant for companies in continuing medical education and nonprofit arts administration.