Our Team

Dr. Vishal Adma’s deep compassion for people struggling with mental health issues is the foundation of Integrated Psychiatric Consultants, which for more than 20 years has served as a trusted partner for health organizations offering comprehensive behavioral healthcare services. A proud first-generation immigrant to the United States, Dr. Adma empowered himself to realize his “American dream” of becoming a board-certified psychiatrist, physician executive and company founder who makes a profound impact in people’s lives. His standout career includes serving as Medical Director at KVC Hospitals and Hopewell Center, as well as guiding the next generation of physicians as Assistant Professor at University of Kansas Medical Center and Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. Dr. Adma is also President and CEO of Responsive Centers, a psychiatry and psychology practice group; Emma Recruiting, a behavioral health recruitment company and is a partner in Reviving Mind, a company focused on improving health outcomes by providing various forms of Integrated Care Solutions in Health Care Organizations. 

Dr. Adma completed his residency in psychiatry at KU Med and earned a master’s degree in nutrition and food management from the University of Central Oklahoma. In addition, he has earned certifications from the American Board of Medical Quality and the American College of Physician Executives. Dr. Adma also has over a decade of experience working as a Physician Surveyor for The Joint Commission in the United States, and Joint Commission International, evaluating health systems across the globe. He volunteers his time and effort in various community activities including serving on the boards of the Asian American Chamber of Commerce, Goodwill of Kansas City, Keys for Networking, Hindu Temple and Cultural Center, and Telugu Association of Greater Kansas City.

His numerous awards and honors include as Professional Leader of the Year by the Asian American Chamber of Commerce; as a Distinguished Fellow by the American Psychiatric Association; Excellence in Medicine Award from the American Telugu Association; and the national Dorland Health People Award for dedication and excellence in healthcare. Through the years at IPC, Dr. Adma has built a supportive, solution-oriented team with a great work ethic and a passion for helping those who need it most. In the future, he envisions the evolution of IPC as a behavioral health thought leader with national renown and expertise.

“The suffering that people go through when they have a mental health condition is equally as painful as a physical health condition, if not more so. I feel passionate about making a difference in providing care to these individuals. Mental health care equals physical health care.” — Vishal Adma, M.D.

With a highly diverse background of 20+ years in behavioral health operations, leadership, and management of physician services, Ryan Speier delivers advanced, top-tier care in the day-to-day operations and multidisciplinary teams he leads at IPC. A celebrated innovator who is adept at forging business growth and strategy, Ryan oversees IPC’s operations, financial outcomes, and multi-state expansion strategy. Before joining IPC, he led a healthcare company with an operating budget of $45 million and more than 500 employees, increasing profitability and expanding services during his tenure. In 2021, he was named one of Kansas City’s 40 Under 40 Executives by Ingram’s Magazine. Ryan also was nominated by the Kansas Legislature to the Kansas Mental Health Task Force and served as chair of the Kansas Hospital Association’s Behavioral Health Committee. With a degree from Fort Hays State University and graduate degree from the University of Kansas, Ryan’s passion is creating avenues that will open new opportunities to invest in comprehensive behavioral health, transforming communities nationwide. 

“Ultimately, we want to deliver solutions for your challenges. We become one with your team and aspire to do more than fill an open position. We push beyond the norm in our industry to find the best path for success for all patients. IPC is moving forward to create long-lasting, sustainable change that will positively impact our partners for years to come.” — Ryan Speier

Board certified in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry, Dr. Michelle DeNault is IPC’s Chief Medical Officer and an advocate for quality improvement. Dr. DeNault has focused part of her career on leveraging telepsychiatry to improve access to behavioral health care services and holding clinical outcomes at the forefront of administrative decision making. She values the work of her team, striving to support her colleagues and ensure a healthy environment of wellness and communication. At IPC, Dr. DeNault strives to work with healthcare clients to understand their clinical needs and assign psychiatric and mental health professionals who are a strong match for our partners’ programs. 

Passionate about teaching and fostering excellent psychiatrists, Dr. DeNault also serves as faculty at The Medical Center of Aurora’s residency program. She attended Wayne State University for medical school, and finished her residency in adult psychiatry at the University of Colorado. She completed her fellowship in child & adolescent psychiatry at Children’s Hospital, Colorado in 2018. Prior to pursuing medicine, Dr. DeNault worked as a chemical engineer and researcher for several years. 

Dr. DeNault loves hosting parties and events, both personally and professionally, and spending time in the wonderful Colorado outdoors. Her personal time is filled with song, whether she’s participating in local choral and amateur vocal groups, or listening to songbirds in her outdoor flower garden during the summertime.

“My career allows me to directly help children and families move through debilitating symptoms which impact their daily lives. I feel very fortunate to make a positive impact one-on-one with the patients I serve, as well as target efforts to improve mental health for all.” –– Michelle DeNault, M.D.

Jon Corbin

Jon Corbin is a finance executive with 20 years combined experience in leading the finance and operational objectives for both a nonprofit healthcare organization and private equity backed insurance brokerage. Jon’s experiences also include the sourcing, negotiation, closing, and integration of acquired businesses and talent through merger and acquisition activity. Jon enjoys the challenge of a high-growth fast paced business environment. 

As IPC’s Chief Financial Officer, Jon oversees the financial functions of the practice and ensures the fiscal and operational objectives of the practice are attained.

Jyotsna Adma, M.D.

Jyotsna Adma, M.D. is dual board certified in General Adult and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. She graduated from B.L.D.E.A.’s Shri B.M.Patil Medical College in India and completed her residency and fellowship training at the University of Kansas Medical Center. She has nearly two decades of clinical experience providing services in various levels of care including inpatient, residential and outpatient programs. 

As IPC’s Executive Medical Director, Dr. Adma focuses on ensuring that high quality psychiatric care is being delivered by all IPC providers across various organizations where IPC provides psychiatric services.

With specialized expertise in telepsychiatry, as well as medical, psychiatric, pharmaceutical and behavioral health practices, Lindsay Demboski believes lifelong, sustainable relationships are at the core of what she does best. After 17 years in the healthcare industry, Lindsay Demboski is a proven leader in business development, account management, recruiting and contract development, process improvement, and quality assurance for medical and behavioral health organizations with nationwide reach. After graduating Cum Laude from the University of Georgia at Athens with a Bachelor of Science degree in Family and Consumer Science in 2006, she then completed an internship and graduate studies at Georgia State University. Lindsay has always had a passion for supporting and connecting people. Partnering with communities nationwide to provide crucial, life-saving care – where it might not otherwise be available – that is what Lindsay does every day at IPC. 

“Mental health is the foundation of our well-being.  I love knowing that my role is impacting the lives of people nationwide by connecting patients to mental health services providing them life-changing support.” — Lindsay Demboski

With behavioral health expertise in hospital and outpatient settings, along with an emphasis on implementation and partner satisfaction, Jan Ediger’s role at IPC might appear to be very clinical or technical. Jan, however, believes the key element to her career success is personal, as she places the highest priority on the development and fostering of trusted relationships. Though much of her work is “behind the scenes,” Jan thrives in supporting team members who deliver direct care, playing a crucial role in driving better patient outcomes. After attending DeAnza College in Cupertino, Calif., and Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kan., Jan has held management positions for more than 20 years in business operations, health information, data management and client care, with a focus on improving daily processes with technology and resources. With deep knowledge of The Joint Commission standards, she has led her teams through multiple accreditation surveys, with primary roles in compliance, education and preparation. Jan also was a key part of a team that in recent years opened a new Joint Commission-accredited behavioral health hospital, a very proud career moment for a healthcare leader who is passionate about strengthening her community. 

“Work matters to me. I like that what I do has a positive impact on the community and makes a difference in someone’s life. There is a lot of heart and soul that goes into showing up and getting the work done every day.” — Jan Ediger

Kay Wentworth believes few things are more fulfilling than being part of a supportive, caring work culture. In her mind, a team does much more than just work together – its members fully respect and trust each other as they collaborate on excellent customer service, just like they do at IPC. Kay has long been a passionate advocate for clients, patients and healthcare organizations in driving long-term, mutually rewarding partnerships. An accomplished business development leader with 20+ years in healthcare, behavioral health and substance use recovery, she prides herself on maintaining strong relationships while developing unique sales and marketing strategies for each area of the business. Kay is also a tremendous problem solver as she builds, leads and manages teams. Her highly diverse healthcare background includes business development and operations in the areas of senior living, mental health and developmental disabilities. Kay, who lives in El Dorado, Kan., earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology at Wichita State University while she and her husband raised five children, which might indicate how she became so skilled at bringing people together and working toward common goals.

“Working in the mental health field provides so many opportunities to give others life-changing support. It means a lot to me to help people solve their problems by offering compassion and empathy, inspiring hope, and modeling the skills needed to overcome challenges.” – Kay Wentworth

Lauren Partain

Lauren Partain has been with IPC nearly since its inception when they began with three providers, and she has watched it grow exponentially over the years. She recalls how it all began with Dr. Vishal Adma’s vision to help as many people as possible. Looking back at what has been accomplished makes her excited about IPC’s future. Lauren has worn many hats over the years and has been vital to the growth of the company. Her current role is managing relationships between clients and providers – from onboarding, scheduling and coverage, to process implementation and improvements for clients, providers and IPC administrators. Lauren received her bachelor’s degree in Family Studies and Human Services, with a minor in Leadership Studies, from Kansas State University. Lauren is an exceptional leader who helps coordinate all aspects of the practice, ensuring that day-to-day services for the facilities and medical staff are well coordinated. 

“I love that IPC is able to help people be their best selves. When we are our best selves, we can make the most meaningful connections with other people.” – Lauren Partain

Jessica Fairchilds monitors performance and documentation for all IPC providers and contributes feedback for continuous quality improvement. Under Jessica’s purview, IPC institutes quality metrics to ensure the highest quality providers are matched with the right opportunities. For program development, Jessica works with staff to update templates and processes to ensure best practices for our clients. Jessica is double-board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. As a nurse practitioner, Jessica has worked in inpatient, outpatient and residential settings with all age groups – from a nursery/NICU setting and children in the foster care system to adults in recovery. She received both NP degrees from the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Jessica is a peer mentor for IPC’s nurse practitioners, and she works directly with patients in other programs at IPC when necessary, providing high quality evaluation and medication management across the lifespan.

“I have a passion for what I do. The trauma some of my patients have experienced is challenging, and I hope to be a helping hand in their journey. IPC is absolutely focused on hiring high-quality providers who can make the biggest impact in the mental healthcare field.” –Jessica Fairchilds, APRN

Understanding the nature of teamwork and building effective teams is at the heart of Jackie Duffy’s role at IPC. With expertise spanning recruiting operations, business and professional development, virtual talent acquisition, technology solutions, market analysis, healthcare management, retention strategy and cross-functional team collaboration, Jackie Duffy is a growth-focused thought leader with over 20 years of healthcare recruitment experience in hospice, hospital systems and behavioral health. A proud Air Force veteran, Jackie received her associate degree while serving in the military, then graduated from Wayland Baptist University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Education and a Master of Arts in Human Resource Management. Being accountable to her team members and developing lasting relationships are hallmarks of Jackie’s approach to team-building.

“Our team works together within a culture that encourages excellence, innovation and collaboration.” — Jackie Duffy