Eric Gommel

Eric leads strategy and corporate development, manages key strategic initiatives, sources capital, and cultivates business opportunities to drive growth for a $100 M Integrated provider of Senior Housing, Skilled Nursing, Skilled Home Health Care, Hospice, Rehabilitation, and Institutional Pharmacy services. An accomplished financial professional, Eric’s experience spans roles in operations, investment banking, strategy, and business development in a variety of healthcare settings. Eric holds an MBA from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business and a B.S. in Health Policy and Administration from Penn State University.

Alla Onitskansky is a leader in the senior care and rehabilitation space.  A trained physical therapist, Ms. Onitskansky has distinguished herself by developing innovative programs that both improved patient health and supported growth of internal rehabilitation departments.

As a President of Rehabilitation Services for Rockport HealthCare Services, she moved rehabilitation services in-house and grew it into a key profit driver while simultaneously enhancing clinical programs. Prior to Rockport, Onitskansky was Senior Vice President Clinical Operations for Genesis Rehabilitation Services, where she built a nationwide clinical team that consistently delivered financial and clinical results.

Currently, Alla is President of People IQ Consulting working with a range of companies to deliver the clinical excellence and operational effectiveness that are her hallmark.

Alla earned her speech therapy degree at St. Petersburg University, physical therapy degree at Cleveland State University, MBA at Baldwin Wallace University.

Michael Skaff is the VP of Healthcare Technology for Vayyar Imaging North America.

Skaff previously served as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Information Officer for the Jewish Senior Living Group, which supports the San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living, the largest private nonprofit Skilled Nursing Facility in California.

Skaff was recognized as a Corporate Finalist by the 2022 Bay Area CIO of the Year ORBIE Awards for his leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic, mobilizing a digital workforce and constructing an effective model of the future of work for SNFs. He has been named one of the Top 20 Most Innovative Midmarket CIOs by CRN and was nominated to the Business Transformation 150 by Constellation Research, for his work in healthcare-specific technology.

Dr. Di Capua is a board certified internist with a business background and formal training in health services research.  He studied neurobiology at Harvard University, then went to Yale University for a joint degree, MD, MBA. He trained in internal medicine at Stanford and UCLA. He is interested in designing healthcare systems for its users (patients, caregivers, physicians, and other health professionals) by using data, design principles, and organizational behavior. He is the Regional Medical Officer for Caremore Health in Connecticut, where is leading the implementation of a program in home-based primary care.