Dr. Sanj Katyal
As a practicing radiologist and physician executive for the past 18 years, Dr. Katyal understands the pressures that many physicians face as we move away from traditional fee for service and toward more value based payment models.
As Executive Vice President of Clinical and Strategic Services at a rapidly growing startup radiology company for 10 years, Dr. Katyal has developed and implemented an innovative, highly efficient physician workflow that resulted in higher quality, improved focus, lower fatigue and very high job satisfaction. The core principles of this workflow (organizational efficiency, attention capital and physician zone time) have been implemented for physicians in other specialties with similar success. Over the years, Dr. Katyal has lectured and worked with over 100 physicians. He has had the privilege of working with these physicians to help them navigate a changing environment of increased service level expectations coupled with declining reimbursements and well-being. This is an environment that is familiar to most physicians.
Jordyn H. Feingold, MD, MSCR, MAPP
Jordyn Feingold, MD, MSCR, MAPP (@jordynfeingold) co-founder of the Positive Medicine Program, is a resident physician in psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, well-being researcher, author, and positive psychology practicioner.
Jordyn has worked with the University of Pennsylvania’s Positive Psychology Center to develop and implement evidence-based resilience trainings for physicians, is the co-author of a longitudinal well-being curriculum at Mount Sinai for medical and PhD students as well as residents and clinical fellows called PEERS: Practice Enhancement, Engagement, Resilience and Support.
She also teaches a Positive Medicine elective course open to students and employees at Mount Sinai, and gives lectures around the world on the topic of Positive Medicine. She is co-author of the book Choose Growth: A Workbook for Transcending Trauma, Fear, and Self-Doubt, published by TarcherPerigee, an imprint of Penguin Randomhouse.