Current Healthcare Hot Topics
Accountable Care Organizations
Federal Medicare Updates
State Medicaid Updates
Hospitals’ Economic Impact Within the Community
Mr. Love is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council. He serves on the American Hospital Association’s Regional Policy Board, the Texas Hospital Association’s Trauma and Emergency Services Committee, the Coalition to Protect America’s Health Care Board of Directors, the DFWHC Foundation Board of Directors, the State Issues Forum Steering Committee, the Advisory Board of the School of Health Professions and the Health Care Committee of Collin County. Mr. Love has worked in healthcare management for 35 years, demonstrating leadership in hospital operations, finance and corporate governance.
Senior Vice President | Dallas-Ft. Worth Hospital Council
Hospital Public Reporting (National and State)
Health Information Exchange
Stark, Anti-Kickback and Physician Hospital Ownership Law and Physician Contracting
Community Health and Healthcare Access Issues
Kristin Jenkins, J.D., FACHE has been in the healthcare field since leaving her private law practice in 1997. She is President of the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council Foundation and Senior Vice President of the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council. She has served as a Tarrant County Assistant District Attorney and as a Senior Vice President of JPS Health Network in Fort Worth, Texas. Ms. Jenkins serves on the boards of the North Texas Regional Extension Center, the American Cancer Society and is Chair of the North Texas Accountable Healthcare Partnership’s Health Information Exchange Steering Committee. She is past President of the North Texas Healthcare Compliance Association and the Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association. She also served on the Texas Hospital Association’s Leadership Development Council and is a recipient of Modern Healthcare’s “Up & Comer” Award.
Harmona Epps has served as the Grants Compliance Administrator for the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council for more than 5 years. In that role she has managed more than 30 million dollars in local, state and federal funds. She has more than 20 years’ experience in the non-profit world including governmental experience with the Internal Revenue Service as an IRS Revenue Agent Non-profit Specialist and as a Small Business Administration Loan Officer. Harmona has offered grant writing and management workshops to non-profit organizations and educational institutions all over the country. She and has been certified by the Foundation Center and is a member of the National Grants Management Association.