Leading the Conversation in New Models for Addressing Mental Health

07/25/2018 12:30 PM - 06:30 PM CST


  • $299.00


The Hutton House
10715 S Shore Dr
Medicine Lake, MN 55441
United States


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Thank you to our Gold sponsor Ximedica and our Supporting sponsor Associated Bank



Member: $129 / Non-Member: $299


12:30 - 1:00 PM: Registration/Networking

1:00 - 5:00 PM: Program

5:00 - 6:30 PM: Reception

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Medical Alley: Leading the Conversation toward New Models for Addressing Mental Health gathers leaders from healthcare delivery, payment, and technology to discuss and debate one of the most critical and underrepresented healthcare issues: mental health.

The status quo isn’t meeting current needs, this is well-established, and the barriers to change have been discussed, debated, and dissected for years. The fundamental problem remains the unchanged: In the US alone, 44 million people experience mental illness every year and 10 million of them will experience a serious mental illness, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, yet 60 percent of those individuals will not receive treatment. The burdens of social stigma, access to treatment, and even lack of good treatment options for certain illnesses makes mental health one of the largest crises facing the US and the world.

That debate will not rehashed; there is too much at stake to continue with business as usual. Instead there will be in-depth discussion of ideas that have shown efficacy in the real world and innovators making a real difference, so you can learn from their successes and struggles. Technology, care models, payment, and policy will be examined for a rich discussion on this complex, multi-faceted healthcare challenge.

Set in Medical Alley, the global epicenter for health innovation and care, Leading the Conversation toward New Models for Addressing Mental Health will consist of a curated set of discussions with thought leaders from across healthcare. Attendees will see a spirited and challenging discussion with senior leaders from across healthcare. By the end of the day, you will be more informed, more connected, and more prepared to make an impact.


Eric Lucas, Founder & CEO, The Oxygen Plan Corporation 

Successful entrepreneur with amazing track record of breakthrough innovation and explosive sales growth





Adam Moen, Founder and Principal at Real EmPowerment Solutions





Jack Cosentino, CEO / Managing Director, Medibio





Jeremy Schroetter, Chief Technology Officer at Medibio, Ltd





Dr. Gary Christenson, Chief Medical Officer, Boynton Health Service









Russ Morfitt, Chief Psychology Officer & Co-Founder at Learn to Live, Inc.

Dr. Russ Morfitt is a co-Founder and Chief Psychology Officer at Learn to Live.  He has over 20 years of experience as a psychologist using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. 

He has a practice focused on treating Anxiety Disorders for an underserved population. He earned his PhD from the University of Minnesota department of psychology. 

He has been involved in the development of Internet–delivered CBT for social anxiety, depression, stress, anxiety and insomnia since 2006.  He is also a founding member of the International Society for Research on Internet Interventions (ISRII).    



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Jaclyn Wainwright, Chief Executive Officer, AiR Healthcare

Jaclyn Wainwright is a national behavioral healthcare expert, and CEO for AiR Healthcare, a global provider of data driven disease management solutions for behavioral health populations. Wainwright developed AiR’s advanced claims data analytics software, which identifies health plan members with unmet behavioral health needs and provides targeted clinical interventions, an innovation that enables AiR to successfully implement large-scale solutions that produce measurable, accountable outcomes for both payers and employers. She is a featured speaker on the use of AI and machine learning to improve outcomes for behavioral health and the co-author of several groundbreaking studies on long-term substance use disorder treatment outcomes including, “AiRCare: A naturalistic evaluation of the effectiveness of a protracted telephone-based recovery assistance program on continuing care outcomes,” and “The importance of short-term continuing care plan adherence on long-term outcomes among patients discharged from residential substance use treatment.” Over the past several years she has built and delivered clinical programming to large self-funded employer groups and payers that have resulted in lower overall medical costs and improved health. Wainwright previously delivered clinical programming for some of the nation’s leading behavioral health provider organizations including, CRC Health Group and Acadia Healthcare.


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