HBA St. Louis presents

New Date: From a Culture of Illness to a Culture of Wellness: Population Health Management Movement

Date and time



Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis

Bauer Hall: McGinnis Classroom room BH 210

Snow Way Drive

St. Louis, MO 63130 United States



Event contact

Kathleen McCarry





Event sponsors







Healthcare reform and the value based payment models are forcing our healthcare delivery system to shift from a culture of illness – with a focus on individual sick patients and financial benefit of high utilization, to a culture of wellness – with a focus on population health management and prevention of utilization. To accomplish this, we must care for the patients as they navigate in their own environments, outside of the control of our medical buildings. This program will educate attendees about the increase of value based payment models throughout the healthcare industry, explore population health management's opportunities and challenges and discuss advances in technology, such as interoperability, telemedicine, predictive analytics and wearable devices, which are making this seismic shift possible.

3:30 – 4:00 PM    Registration and networking
4:00 – 4:45 PM    Keynote address
4:45 – 5:30 PM    Panel discussion
5:30 – 7:00 PM    Networking happy hour

Special instructions: Due to major construction on campus, parking is limited. Please allow yourself ample time to park. Please see map.

Registration information
Event is open to: HBA members and nonmembers
Online registration deadline: October 29, 2017
Onsite (walk-in) registration: Is allowed

Is this event refundable? Yes
If yes, requests must be submitted in writing to events@hbanet.org by October 26, 2017; no refunds are available after this date.


Featured speakers

Abigail Barker

Research assistant professor

Brown School of Social Work

Julie Eckstein


Brown Smith Wallace LLC

Karen Bradshaw

Community referral coordinator (CRC) program director

Saint Louis Integrated Health Network

Damon Broyles

Chief medical information officer

St. Anthony's Medical Center

Maribeth Hollinshead

Director and nurse care manager

Signature Medical Group

Chris Lehmuth

Senior director, enterprise data science and information products

Express Scripts

Kate Lichtenberg

Physician director, enhanced personal health care

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield


Learning objectives

1. Explain population health management’s promise and barriers to success
2. Recognize the need to develop population health management solutions within your organization
3. Discuss technology’s role in the shift from a culture of illness to a culture of wellness


Registration information

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 Registration NamePrice LevelRegular

RegistrationName Regular registration

 Regular registrationMember$29.00
 Regular registrationNon-Member$45.00

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