Transforming Healthcare in Missouri Recap

October 30, 2017

Co-hosted by the Center for Health Economics and Policy and the Clark-Fox Policy Institute, Transforming Healthcare in Missouri brought together health care providers, payers, consumers, researchers, economists, advocates and policymakers to generate and discuss ideas for health care reform in Missouri.

Hosts

Timothy McBride, PhD, Professor, Brown School and Co-Director, Center for Health Economics and Policy

Gary Parker, Director, Clark-Fox Policy Institute and Associate Dean of External Affairs, Brown School

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, and Shirley Porterfield

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

Click here to view the event’s Facebook photo album.

Video

A video recording will be available soon.