Past Events 2017

Transforming Healthcare in Missouri: Ideas for Innovation and Investment

The Clark-Fox Policy Institute partnered with the Center for Health Economics and Policy to organize Transforming Healthcare in Missouri: Ideas for Innovation and Investment on Friday, October 13, 2017. Over a hundred stakeholders participated, including healthcare providers, payers, consumers, researchers, economists, advocates, and policymakers.

ACTIONABLE IDEAS GENERATED BY PARTICIPANTS: TRANSFORMING HEALTHCARE IN MISSOURI_2017_IDEAS & INNOVATION


Hosts
Gary Parker, Director, Clark-Fox Policy Institute and Associate Dean of External Affairs, Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis
Timothy McBride, PhD, Professor, Brown School and Co-Director, Center for Health Economics and Policy at the Institute for Public Health

Keynote Speaker
Robert Hughes, PhD, President and Chief Executive Officer, Missouri Foundation for Health

Moderator
Robert Fruend, MBA, MHA, Chief Executive Officer, St. Louis Regional Health Commission

Panelists
Jorge Riopedre, President, Casa de Salud
Jamie Rodriguez, Director, Public Benefits Program, Legal Services of Eastern Missouri
Will Ross, MD, MPH, Associate Dean for Diversity and Professor Medicine, School of Medicine, Washington University

Paul Taylor, JD, Chief Executive Officer, Ozark Community Hospital Health System

Concluding Remarks
Randall W. Williams, MD, FACOG, Director, Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services 

Breakout Session Moderators:
Judy Baker, Elna Nagasako, Riisa Easley, Karen Joynt Maddox, David Patterson, Abigail Barker, William Peck, Ruth Ehresman, Shirley Porterfield

Planning Committee Members:
Ryan Barker, Ruth Ehresman, Bethany Johnson-Javois


PRESENTATIONS

Bob Hughes: Transforming Healthcare in Missouri: National and Historical Context
Tim McBride: Missouri Healthcare: Past, Present, and Future

BREAKOUT SESSION MATERIALS

Care Coordination
Mental Health
Opioid Epidemic
Workforce Challenges

PHOTOS

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