Nancy Clover RN, COHN-S, FAAOHN
Founder & President, Occupational Health Connections
Maria DelMuto, PT, CCM
Clinical Case Manager, Mass General Brigham
Maria DelMuto is a graduate of Simmons College with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. After spending over 15 years practicing as an orthopedic clinical specialist and occupational rehab specialist, she transitioned to the workers’ compensation arena to specialize in utilization review and medical case management of the injured worker. In 1999, Maria was responsible for the development and implementation of the Utilization Review and Medical Case Management Services Program for Northern General Services. As a certified case manager, Maria was the managed care supervisor for the third party administrator, FutureComp for over 10 years. During that period, she was actively involved in new client presentations while providing case management services to multiple self insured groups, individual clients, and municipalities. Currently with 20 years experience in the field, she is a clinical case manager in the workers’ compensation division of Partners Healthcare System where she interacts daily with injured employees from multiple entities.
Dean Hashimoto, MD, JD
Chief Medical Officer of the Occupational Health Services for the Mass General Brigham
Dr. Dean Hashimoto is the Chief Medical Officer of the Occupational Health Services for the Mass General Brigham and also oversees its workers compensation insurance division. He is the chair of the Health Care Services Board of the Massachusetts DIA and has academic appointments at Boston College Law School, Harvard Medical School, and the Harvard School of Public Health. He is a graduate of the University of California, San Francisco, Medical School and is board-certified in occupational medicine. He also received his law degree from the Yale Law School, served as law clerk for Justice Brennan at the U.S. Supreme Court, and was an attorney for the Ropes & Gray law firm before becoming a law professor at Boston College. He is the coauthor of two large empirical studies of opioid utilization in 24 states at the Workers Compensation Research Institute and a co-investigator at the Harvard Center for Health, Wellness, and Wellbeing.
Senior Claims Specialist, Corvel
Karen Huyck, MD, PhD, MPH
Associate Professor Section of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Department of Medicine Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center/Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth *Activity Co-Director
Dr. Huyck, is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Dartmouth in the Section of Occupational and Environmental Medicine and the Medical Director of VT RETAIN (Retaining Talent After Injury/Illness Network), a state early-intervention work disability prevention program through the Vermont Department of Labor and funded by the U.S Department of Labor. She is a former American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Occupational Physician Scholar and former Howard Hughes Predoctoral Fellow in the Biological Sciences. She completed her residency and MPH at the Harvard School of Public Health and received her PhD in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the University of Vermont. Prior to her position at Dartmouth, she worked in diverse OEM settings in the Boston area, including as a staff physician, researcher, disability review consultant, impartial medical examiner, and expert witness. Her current clinical and research interests include equitable access to occupational medicine best practices and evidence-based stay-at-work/return-to-work services to support the physical and mental health of workers in their communities.
Michael P. Kelley, AIC, ARM
Senior Vice President, Director of Claim Operations HUB International New England, LLC
Kenneth A. Larsen, DMIN, PhD, ABMP
Clinical Psychologist, Department of Medicine, NEBH
Dr. Larsen is a clinical psychologist in the Department of Medicine at New England Baptist Hospital. He is also in private practice with offices at Pro Sports Orthopedics in Brighton, MA. For the past twenty-five years he has utilized innovative treatment approaches in caring for patients suffering from catastrophic occupational injuries and workplace violence, as well as in the management of chronic pain. For many years he has also been involved in sport psychology as the Baptist has often provided medical management of elite athletes who visit Boston for world cup events including the Boston Marathon. For fifteen years he was on the medical team for the Boston Celtics, and a clinical instructor in the Department of Medicine at the Harvard Medical School. He is past member of the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Psychological Association, past chair of the NEBH Integrative Medicine Council, and present co-chair of NEBH’s Institutional Review Board. He did his undergraduate work at New York University, completed master’s studies in theology and received a Doctorate in Analytical Psychology & Clinical Studies at Andover-Newton, including advanced studies at the CG Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland. He completed residencies at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, and Danvers State Hospital in Massachusetts. His doctoral dissertation in medical hypnosis was entitled: “Eidetic Memory Reprocessing – An Investigation of the Neurobiology and Clinical Application of the ‘Trauma Theatre’ with Workers Suffering Co-Morbid PTSD.” He was the recipient of the DLIN/Fischer Clinical Research Award for “A Double Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Study of Peri-Operative Administration of Olanzapine to Prevent Post-Operative Delirium in Joint Replacements” from the Academy of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry. And the recipient of the Lewis Millender MD Golden Rose Award.
Phyllis Phillips, Esq.
Owner, Mediation Works, LLC Williston, VT
Phyllis Phillips, Esq. owns a workers’ compensation mediation and consulting practice in Vermont. From 2008 to 2018 she was the senior Administrative Law Judge for the Vermont Department of Labor’s Workers’ Compensation and Safety Division. She has extensive experience in all facets of workers’ compensation, including as co-owner of a Vermont-based workers’ compensation insurance company and as an attorney in private practice representing both injured workers and employers. She has served on the Vermont Department of Health’s Uniform Pain Management Advisory Council and is currently on the Kids’ Chance of Vermont board of directors.
A native of Marblehead, MA (the birthplace of the American Navy), Phyllis received her undergraduate degree at the University of Vermont and her juris doctor at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. She is a Fellow of the College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers and was recently inducted into the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals. She also has extensive experience in all matters pertaining to the Boston Red Sox and considers their World Series victory in 2004 on a par with the birth of her children
Nancy L. Segreve, MA, CRC, CCM
Vocational Consultant / Founding Partner, Occupational Resource Network
Nancy is a founding partner of Occupational Resource Network. She earned her Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, with specialized training in vocational evaluation, from Assumption College. She is a nationally Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and Certified Case Manager who has been providing vocational evaluation, counseling, and rehabilitation services for 30 years on behalf of adults who have sustained injuries or illnesses that impact employment. She also utilizes her vocational expertise to assist employers who are concerned with effectively managing disability issues in the workplace. Since 2002, she has served as an expert vocational witness in various court systems where her training, experience, and specialized knowledge of employment issues have been called upon. Nancy is presently on the board of directors for the New England Chapter of the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals as well as Kids Chance of Massachusetts.
Chadi Tannoury, MD, FAOA
Medical Director of Ambulatory Orthopedics, Director of Orthopedic Spine Research, Associate Professor of Orthopedic Spine Surgery, Boston University Medical Center
Dr. Chadi Tannoury was born in Lebanon and earned his medical training at the Lebanese University of Beirut, and completed his Orthopaedic residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia and his fellowship training in Spine surgery at RUSH University Medical Center in Chicago. Dr. Chadi Tannoury is trained to treat a wide spectrum of spinal pathologies including degenerative conditions, deformity disorders, spinal trauma, tumors of the spine, and spinal infections. Dr. Chadi Tannoury is recognized as a clinician scientist and won multiple awards and honors underlining his outstanding clinical achievements and outstanding levels of kindness and compassion for the patient entrusted to his care. Additionally, Dr. Chadi Tannoury extensively investigated and published numerous basic science and clinical spinal researches on various spinal ailments and Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. Through his clinical and academic achievements, Dr. Chadi Tannoury serves as Editor to spine surgery textbooks, journals, and contributes to the spine surgery literature with plethora of publications.Moreover, Dr. Chadi Tannoury’s work expanded beyond the art of medicine into the art of medical illustrations, and his drawings complimented multiple landmark publications and contributed to better understanding of various spinal pathologies and surgical techniques. Dr. Chadi Tannoury provides patient care at the Boston Medical Center Campus at the Shapiro Center, 725 Albany St. Office number 617 638 5633.
Robert A. (Abe) Timmons, DO, MPH, FACOEM
Occupational Medicine Specialist & Medical Director, The Center for Occupational & Employee Health, Exeter Hospital, NH
Thomas H. Winters, MD, FACOEM, FACPM
Principal & Chief Medical Officer Occupational & Environmental Health Network
Michela Capobianco, MBA