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Meet the ChristianaCare Clinical Alliance Leadership Team:

Christine Donohue-Henry, M.D., MBA

President & Board Chair

Dr. Christine Donohue-Henry, M.D., MBA is the Chief Population Health Officer at Christiana Care. She is also the President and CEO of eBrightHealth ACO. She received her undergraduate degree from Villanova University, her medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine and completed her residency in Family & Community Medicine at Christiana Care.

After residency, Dr. Donohue-Henry joined Westside Family Healthcare, a federally qualified health center, to serve a two year commitment from the National Health Service Corps.  From 2000-2009, Dr. Donohue-Henry served as Chief Medical Officer for Westside Family Healthcare.   She then moved to academic medicine as a faculty member and medical director at Crozer Keystone Family Medicine Residency.  In 2013, she transitioned to Chair of the Department of Family & Community Medicine and then Physician Director of Primary Care at Crozer Keystone Health System.

Prior to her current role, Dr. Donohue-Henry was the Chief Medical Officer, Community Care at ChristianaCare from 2017 to 2019.

Rose Kakoza, M.D., M.P.H.

Medical Director

Dr. Rose Kakoza brings extensive expertise to the new clinically integrated network in the design and scale of effective models of care delivery and the development of innovative population health management programs that drive optimal health while controlling costs.

As senior clinical network director of Population Health for ChristianaCare, she is responsible for the strategic development and growth of both the Delaware Medicaid Partners Accountable Care Organization and eBrightHealth ACO, a Medicare accountable care organization. She also provides strategic clinical direction and oversight for value-based CareVio case management services that support all value-based programs as is tasked with driving payer relationships to ensure efficient, coordinated deployment of case management and disease management services across multiple lines of business. She previously served as clinical director of Community Health & Equity for ChristianaCare’s Primary Care and Community Medicine Service Line.

A graduate of Harvard University, Harvard Medical School and Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Dr. Kakoza has published and presented extensively on primary care, community health and population health. Before joining ChristianaCare, she served at Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Partners HealthCare, and was on faculty at Harvard Medical School.

Donna Antenucci MHA, BSN, RN

Vice President Population Health Operations

Donna Antenucci MHA, BSN, RN in her most recent post as the Senior Vice President Clinically Integrated Network Operations and the President of the Virtua Integrated Network, had oversight responsibility for the management of multiple value-based payer arrangements both commercial and governmental to ensure health improvement, better care, and lower health care cost for South Jersey residents for more than a decade.

Antenucci led the successful integration of 257 primary care physicians and more than 1,000 specialists when Virtua acquired Lourdes Health System. As a health care leader and nurse for over 30 years, Antenucci has worked in neurological and orthopedic surgery, clinical research, case management, utilization management, and clinical program management. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing and Master of Health Care Administration from the University of Phoenix.

Antenucci is honored to have been nominated to the National Society of Leadership and Success, a prestigious honor awarded to only a small percent of University of Phoenix MHA graduates.  She was featured in South Jersey Biz’s Who’s Who in Healthcare and recognized for spearheading innovative ideas in population health, as she and her team were awarded a Trinity Health innovation grant for a Remote Monitoring project, “Virtual Communication in Population Health.” She was also recognized as a   National Association of ACO’s Innovation Award recipient for “Relationship-driven Innovations with Skilled Nursing Facilities” to lower cost and improve quality for Medicare beneficiaries. Antenucci has served multiple organization’s Board of Directors including the Camden Coalition, the Rowan School of Medicine’s Community Advisory Board and Centennial Surgical Center. 

Michael Cinkala

Director of Provider Relations

As director of Provider Relations overseeing network contracting activities for ChristianaCare Clinical Alliance, Mike Cinkala will be the first point of contact for CIN participants, negotiating contracts and financial arrangements and promoting quality and cost improvement opportunities for CIN participants. Skilled in establishing and maintaining strong provider relationships and a committed and effective troubleshooter with a track record for finding solutions, he’ll oversee provider education regarding operational procedures, legal requirements, quality improvement plans, utilization management requirements and provider reports, and will advise on and assist with credentialing activities for participants in the CIN provider network.

As the CIN grows, he will also establish and lead the CIN’s regional practices services team of provider liaisons, promoting quality and cost improvement initiatives for participating providers.

Mike, who has specialized in Physician Relations with ChristianaCare since 2008 and most recently served as director of Provider Relations for eBrightHealth ACO, has extensive experience in physician and provider relations, clinical practice operations, insurance and health care plan coverage, and health care and network regulatory environments.

He earned his Master’s in Health Services Administration from The Georgetown Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.