Speaker Profile

Vice President of Operations, Support Services, St. Joseph Health

Terry Wooten joined Mission Hospital in November 2016 as the Vice President of Operations – Support Services. Wooten is responsible for overall planning, development, coordination, implementation, and management of all administrative functions, services, and related business development activities in order to drive market responsive support services. He will be focused on ensuring high levels of customer service, strong physician partnerships and an engaged workforce in the delivery of care and services. Wooten previously served as Vice President of Clinical Supply Chain at St. Joseph Health where he oversaw the Clinical Supply Chain and the Department of Clinical Effectiveness. He was responsible for working with physicians, clinical leaders and the executive teams at St. Joseph Health’s 14 ministries to develop and implement supply chain strategies that focused on clinical effectiveness and patient outcomes. Prior to this role, Terry served for 10 years as the Business Director of Surgical Services & Endoscopy at St. Joseph Hospital in Orange, California. Wooten received his Master of Health Administration from the University of Southern California, and has been a presenter at many health care conferences covering a variety of topics. He resides in Laguna Niguel and is involved in various charitable activities in the local community.

 Session Abstract – PMWC 2020 Silicon Valley

Track 3, January 22

The vast majority of patients with cancer in the U.S. are treated at community hospitals and practices. It is therefore paramount that precision medicine oncology technologies that are rapidly becoming the standard of care for patients with advanced cancer be available to these facilities. Not only is there a delivery issue, there is a need to encourage the widespread uptake of precision genomics by community oncology practices. This will not only facilitate potentially better patient care but also aid in recruiting patients to clinical trials. However, considerable challenges exist in implementing a precision medicine programs, including administrative, logistic, and financial barriers. This session will feature community hospital representatives that will discuss their institution's experience and challenges with implementing precision medicine programs.