Anthony Wehbe


Dr. Anthony J. Wehbe, DO, MBA, FACOI, is the founder and CEO of Sena Health, a Healing at Home Company.  He is a practicing Board Certified Internal Medicine Physician and award winning healthcare executive.  Dr. Wehbe’s people-centric, physician-focused leadership has optimized clinical outcomes and operational performance at integrated health systems in the Philadelphia Region.


Dr Wehbe’s expertise spans the full range of healthcare and physician leadership - from  operational excellence and fiscal stewardship to provider recruitment, team building, and patient satisfaction.  Most recently, as Senior Vice President & Physician Executive, Anthony provided operational, clinical and financial oversight for several entities at Jefferson Health New Jersey.  He managed several departments including Hospitalist, Perioperative Medicine, Primary and Specialty Care, Medical and Surgical Specialties and Home Health Care.  He also managed a long-term care facility, sub-acute rehabilitation centers, and Population Health Services.  Dr Wehbe has founded several startups in his career in various sectors, including technology and healthcare.  He has been recognized as a “Top Doc” over several years by many publications. 


Dr. Wehbe earned both his undergraduate and MBA degrees from Philadelphia’s St. Joseph’s University.  He graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed residency at the University of  Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.


Joe Lyons



Joe co-founded Sena Health after 12 years of consulting to large health systems and physician group executives.  His consulting engagements focused on the pursuit of service delivery innovations.  Prior to establishing Lyons Advisors, LLC he had 24 years of executive experience in medical groups and health systems.  He held the top executive position in Lehigh Valley Physician Group, growing physician membership from 30 to 420 throughout a 15-year period.  During that time he also served as an executive of Lehigh Valley Health Network, the affiliated $1 billion+ integrated health care delivery system recognized by Fortune Magazine as one of the 100 best employers in the US.  He possesses a deep understanding of social aspects of health and medicine, operations of health systems, physician group governance / management, organization development and the capabilities needed for success in the healthcare field.  

Joe's professional credentials include a Masters Degree in Liberal Arts, with a concentration in the healing professions and social sciences from the University of Pennsylvania; Certified Public Accountant (CPA); Certified Internal Auditor (CIA); and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA).  He has served several governing Boards over the past 25 years as a Board member, executive and advisor.

Joe has extensive experience in operations improvement and financial management.  He is proficient at facilitating retreats, focus groups, and other meetings of physicians and/or managers designed to generate creative and  productive exchanges for all attendees and for patients.  


Larry McEvoy



An emergency physician, healthcare CEO, and entrepreneur, Larry’s interests at the intersection of business, biology, and health have forged his thinking about the need to evolve leadership exponentially for the epidemic challenges of the 21st century.  Larry leverages his extensive track record of real-life strategic and operational results to help executives create and capacitate entire systems, small and large, to optimize performance, adaptation, and vitality.  He has wide experience in shaping the complexity of our times into outstanding results, rapid learning, and energized professional cultures.  

Larry’s executive experience involved recrafting strategy, operations, and culture as a CEO in a health system turnaround, a tenure which required revitalizing an organization mid-recession, reversing distressed and degraded financial circumstances, optimizing team dynamics in tenuous situations, orchestrating solutions to agenda-laden and longstanding municipal political tensions, and mobilizing entrenched opponents and rivals to collaborate. His career has comprised the renewal of multiple environments of distrust, stress, and dispirited dynamics.

After co-founding PracticingExcellence.com, he founded Epidemic Leadership to focus on the executive work of creating organizations, companies, and cities of exponential capacity and innovative vigor—where performance, learning, and vitality rise in parallel and are abundant, infectious, sustained and sustaining. He is on the faculty of the American Association of Physician Leaders, The Governance Institute, and The Leadership Development Group.  His book, Epidemic Leadership: How to Lead Infectiously in a World of Big Problems, released on Amazon in August of 2021. 

From 2008 to 2012, Larry served as the CEO of Memorial Health System in Colorado Springs, CO, facilitating a $100 million turnaround, the emergence of a culture of collaboration and commitment, and Memorial’s transformation from an at-risk and unfunded municipal hospital to the threshold of its merger with the University of Colorado Health system.  Prior to that he was a senior executive and emergency physician at the Billings Clinic in Billings, MT, from 1995 to 2008.  He completed his training in emergency medicine at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, MN, in 1995.  After earning a BA in English Writing from Carroll College (MT) in 1987, Larry graduated from Stanford University Medical School in 1992.