Re-Opening: Best Practices For Getting Back To Business

Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber Presents

Re-Opening:  Best Practices For Getting Back To Business

Hear from key business leader in the region what every business and employee needs to know as they head back to the workplace.  Health protocols and how to keep your employees safe as well as legal and HR issue that need to be addressed.

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John Goedecke, US Bank










David Dafilou, Capital Health,

David Dafilou joined Capital Health in November, 2014 and leads population health initiatives including MSSP Accountable Care Organization, commercial shared savings contracts, DSRIP, Bundled Payments and other value based programs.   He is responsible for the clinically integrated network (CIN) at Capital Health, a partnership between physicians and the health system that is collectively committed to improving the quality and efficiency of care delivered to patients across the continuum of care.  Under Dafilou’s guidance, Capital Health’s CIN aligns health system and physician goals by providing a structure that enables them to work together to improve patient experience, to monitor and control utilization of healthcare services and assure quality of care, and to selectively choose network physicians who are likely to further these objectives.  He is also responsible for Capital Health’s inpatient and ambulatory care management.  Mr. Dafilou serves as Chairman of the Board for the Trenton Health Team ACO, a multi-institutional ACO serving the Medicaid population in the Trenton community. 

Before joining Capital Health, David Dafilou served as a Principal with Premier Performance Partners, where his main area of focus was Population Health Management and leading the Premier Partnership for Care Transformation (PACT) collaborative.  While there, he was involved with payor relationships, financial management, population health data management and other aspects of accountable care organizations (ACOs) and value-based reimbursement.

He held prior positions at Independence Blue Cross, AmeriHealth Insurance Company, Honeywell, Inc. and other Fortune 100 companies.

Dafilou attended Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, where he received both a Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Engineering and a Master of Science in Finance.  He has received certificates of accomplishment from the Program on Negotiations at Harvard Law School and in leadership training from Rutgers University.  He serves on a variety of community and non-profit boards.


Adam Siegelheim, Stark & Stark,

Adam J. Siegelheim is a Shareholder and member of Stark & Stark’s Business & Corporate and Franchise Groups. Mr. Siegelheim concentrates his practice in the representation of companies and non-profit organizations on a variety of issues including entity formation, financing, intellectual property, real estate, mergers and acquisitions, and insurance coverage matters. 
Mr. Siegelheim’s franchise practice includes the representation of franchisors and master franchisees in various matters, including the preparation of disclosure documents and franchise agreements, state registrations, compliance with applicable federal and state regulations, and international expansion.       
Mr. Siegelheim is a member of the International Franchise Association, the American Bar Association Forum on Franchising and is the Chair of the New Jersey Bar Association Franchise Law Committee. Since 2007, Mr. Siegelheim has been recognized as a Franchise Times Legal Eagle. Additionally, in 2012, Mr. Sigelehiem was presented with the designation of Certified Franchise Executive by The Board of Governors of the Institute of Certified Franchise Executives.
Mr. Siegelheim is a frequent contributor to the New Jersey Law Blog.



Sharon Marnien, Sparta Systems

At Sparta Systems, Sharon Marnien is responsible for the strategic planning, management and coordination of all human resources activities worldwide. With more than 20 years’ experience, Sharon is an accomplished Human Resources executive with a broad-based background in a variety of Human Resources roles, primarily with organizations undergoing significant growth and change. She has a proven track record in organizational design and change management, leadership coaching, talent management, succession planning, compensation design, and building and leading high performing teams. Prior to joining Sparta Systems, Sharon was Director of Human Resources for Hartford Life Distributors in Wayne, Pennsylvania, the sales and marketing division of The Hartford Financial Services Group. Sharon also spent over eight years at Lincoln Financial Group in Radnor, Pennsylvania where she was Head of Human Resources for Lincoln Financial Distributors. In this position Sharon played a key role developing HR programs to support this organization’s rapid sales growth. Earlier in her career, Sharon worked for Wells Fargo where she played a lead role in multiple merger integrations and corporate change initiatives. 









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