A seasoned health care executive with extensive experience in population health, hospital administration and financial operations, Joseph Lamantia serves as Northwells executive director of network development for Northwell Health Solutions — the health system’s care management arm — and vice president of Population Health Clinical Transformation.
As executive director, Mr. Lamantia oversees strategy and processes to enhance functionality, utilization, performance and the patient centered quality of our networks maximizes the internal capabilities of the care management practice. As vice president, he collaborates with other leadership in population health management to establish initiatives benefiting the wellness of Northwell’s communities.
Mr. Lamantia brings more than 25 years of experience to Northwell. He initially worked for the health system from 1999-2008, including four years as executive director of Long Island Jewish Valley Stream. Mr. Lamantia left Northwell in 2008 to lead the 438-bed South Nassau Communities Hospital as executive vice president and chief operating officer. He later joined Stony Brook Medicine, assuming the role of chief of operations for population health and executive director of the Suffolk County Care Collaborative—Suffolk County’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Program (DSRIP), covering 260,000 Medicaid recipients.
Mr. Lamantia began his career working in roles with progressive responsibilities at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, including budget analyst, financial system coordinator and senior coordinator of managed care and network development. Additionally he worked as a manager for Ernst and Young’s National Health Care Consulting practice. He holds bachelor’s degree from SUNY Cortland and a Master of Health Administration from Hofstra University.