Joseph Conte is the Executive Director of the Staten Island Performing Provider System (SI PPS). SI PPS was created to implement the Medicaid redesign program known as DSRIP.
Previously, Joe was the Senior Vice President for Administration at Richmond University Medical Center, overseeing multiple departments. Prior to his position at RUMC, Joe was the Executive Vice President at the Catholic Health Services of Long Island. At Northwell, formerly the NS-LIJ Health System, he served for over 15 years in various executive capacities, including Senior Vice President for Quality, where his innovative strategies ultimately culminated in the NQF National Quality Healthcare Award and the Codman Award for Staten Island University Hospital.
He completed his doctoral dissertation at the Seton Hall University School of Health and Medical Sciences, analyzing the effects of Meaningful Use of EHR on cost, quality, and safety outcomes. Joe has experience in international projects and was recently invited to speak in the Netherlands and the U.K. to discuss healthcare innovation. He has published numerous peer review articles and authored a chapter in the bestselling Health Informatics an Executive Primer.