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YOUTH VILLAGES MASSACHUSETTS

MAY 2, 2019 | 6 P.M.

FAIRMONT COPLEY PLAZA HOTEL

TRANSFORMING YOUTH. SUPPORTING FAMILIES. STRENGTHENING COMMUNITIES.

You’re invited to the Youth Villages Spring Celebration

Join us for the Youth Villages Spring Celebration – an inspirational evening of networking, fundraising and awareness building for Youth Villages, one of Massachusetts’ top social innovators within human services. Your support directly impacts the successful future of children, youth and families in the commonwealth.

 
This event is sold out, but please consider a donation.

Honoring:

Kevin Tabb, MD  |  President and CEO, Beth Israel Lahey Health

Kevin Tabb, M.D., is president and chief executive officer of Beth Israel Lahey Health (BILH), a pioneering integrated health care system offering a full continuum of health care services, ranging from hospital to ambulatory to urgent to behavioral health care. BILH was envisioned as a transformational approach to health care delivery in the Commonwealth—its unique structure designed to advance meaningful collaboration across organizations, care settings, specialties, and geographies to ensure patients receive the treatment they need in the communities where they live and work....Read More
BILH is the second largest health care system in the state, comprising eight community hospitals; three academic medical centers and teaching hospitals; and two specialty hospitals. The system encompasses 35,000 employees, 4,300 physicians (including more than 800 primary care physicians) and 9,000 nurses, who manage the care of more than 1.3 million patients across its service area, which stretches from southern New Hampshire to Cape Cod. In his new role, Dr. Tabb is responsible for leading a comprehensive integration plan among the BILH member organizations to effectively deliver on their promise to offer patients and their families better and broader access to extraordinary individualized care. Previously, Dr. Tabb was the chief executive officer of the Beth Israel Deaconess system and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), a premier Harvard-affiliated teaching hospital and a founding member of BILH.

Dr. Tabb took the helm of BIDMC in 2011. With extensive expertise in physician network strategy and clinical quality initiatives, he understood the impact of the nation’s rapidly evolving health care landscape and the changing function of the academic medical center within that new environment. He quickly began meeting and developing relationships with health care leaders throughout the Harvard network and across the region, and began designing and executing a multifaceted strategic plan for the medical center and its group of affiliates and community partners. In the process, Dr. Tabb recognized that BIDMC could play an instrumental role in defining a new paradigm for what health care could be in Massachusetts and to serve as a model for health care institutions nationwide. He and his colleagues conceptualized BILH as a way to provide more effective and efficient care to patients and, building consensus among a diverse group of health care leaders, signed a definitive agreement with its 13 member hospitals in July 2017. Dr. Tabb helped successfully usher the proposed system through an unprecedented and complex regulatory process, personally testifying at major supervisory organizations including the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission, and the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, D.C. As a result of the team’s efforts, BILH received final approval to move forward in December 2018.

Before coming to BIDMC, Dr. Tabb was chief medical officer at Stanford Hospital & Clinics in Stanford, CA. There, he had broad strategic and operational responsibilities, which included physician network strategy, clinical quality and patient safety initiatives, regulatory and medical staff affairs, and graduate and continuing medical education. He was previously chief quality and medical information officer at Stanford. Prior to joining Stanford, Dr. Tabb led the Clinical Data Services Division of GE Healthcare IT.

Raised in Berkeley, CA, Dr. Tabb immigrated to Israel at the age of 18 and served in the Israel Defense Forces, the country’s military service. He received his undergraduate degree from Hebrew University in Jerusalem and his M.D. from The Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Hadassah Hospital. He is married to Caron Tabb, an artist; they have two children.

Presenting Sponsors

Anita and Josh Bekenstein
The Klarman Family Foundation
One8 Foundation


Diamond sponsors

Sandy and Paul Edgerley
Lauren and Joseph Mazzella


Ruby sponsors


The Chartis Group
Amy and David Abrams


Platinum sponsors

Goldman Sachs Logo

Anonymous
Reed Chisolm
Stephanie Dodson
Cornell and James Cornell
Amy and Darrell Crate
Sara and Peter Fleiss
Linda and Michael Frieze
Yvonne Hao and Mark Wu
Barbara and Amos Hostetter
Lisa and Michael Josephson
Jessica and Josh Lutzker
The Mannion Family
Kristin and Paul Marcus
Gina and Jim McCaffrey
Yvette and Peter Mulderry
Bianca and Craig Peskin
Geoff and Laura Rehnert
Luly and Maurice Samuels
Jennifer and Seth Stier


Gold sponsors

Consigli Logo50 Harvard Pilgrim Health CarePWC


Susan and Stephen Burbage
Tracey and David Frankel
Donna and David Frieze
Beth and Larry Greenberg
Rekha and Ryan Hayden
High Rock Equity Fund I, LLC
Janice and Ralph James
Dan and Wendy Kraft
Pamela and Steven Lesser
Laura and Chuck O’Connor
Leon V. and Marilyn L. Rosenberg Family Foundation
Helen Chin Schlichte
Michael and Jill Stansky
Caron and Kevin Tabb
The Tishman Family
Pramila Yadav, MD

Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians at Beth Israel Lahey Health  Departments of Anesthesia,  Dermatology, Emergency Medicine, Medicine, Neonatology, Neurology, Ob/Gyn, Orthopedic Surgery, Pathology, Psychiatry, Radiation Oncology, Radiology , Surgery

Thank you to our in-kind sponsor!

Peak Event Services

Check out photos from last year’s event:

2018 Spring Celebration

About Youth Villages

Youth Villages is a national leader in children’s mental and behavioral health bringing help and hope to more than 27,000 children, families and young people across the United States this year. The organization offers a continuum of evidence- and research-based programs, including its two national models: YVIntercept, which offers intensive in-home services, and YVLifeSet, which gives former foster youth a good start on a successful adulthood.