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Key Influencers Convene in Chicago to Advance Behavioral Economics in Healthcare and Improve Health Outcomes and Lower Costs
Date:10/28/2009

e and Outcomes Research; Director, Center for Health Policy; Stanford University
  • Bob Ihrie, MBA Senior Vice President, Employee Rewards and Services; Lowe's
  • James A. Klein President; American Benefits Council
  • David Laibson, PhD Harvard College Professor and Robert I. Goldman Professor of Economics; Harvard University
  • Cheryl Larson Vice President; Midwest Business Group on Health
  • Jeff Munn Principal, Health Management Consulting Practice; Hewitt Associates
  • Bob Nease, PhD Chief Scientist; Express Scripts
  • Larry Zarin Senior Vice President, Marketing and Corporate Communications; Express Scripts
  • Strategic partners for the symposium include Midwest Business Group on Health, Buyers Health Care Action Group, ConnectYourCare, The Mid-Atlantic Business Group on Health, National Business Coalition on Health, Network to Improve Community Health, Pacific Business Group on Health, Silicon Valley Employers Forum, St. Louis Area Business Health Coalition, Stanford University Center for Health Policy and The Leapfrog Group. For more information about the ignite09 symposium, please visit www.ignitesymposium.com.

    About Express Scripts and the Center for Cost-Effective Consumerism

    Express Scripts, Inc. (Nasdaq: ESRX) is one of the largest pharmacy benefit management (PBM) companies in North America, providing PBM services to millions of consumers. Express Scripts serves thousands of client groups, including managed-care organizations, insurance carriers, third-party administrators, employers and union-sponsored benefit plans. Express Scripts is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. More information can be found at http:
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