KHC Fourth Annual Conference

Connecting Mental and Physical Health: Successful Models of Integrated Care

Mental health, including substance abuse, has increasingly become the priority of employers, providers, payers, and legislators. The impact of poor mental health on the economy, communities, and the lives of millions of Americans and their families can no longer be ignored. Mental health issues continue to be under-identified and under-treated which ultimately leads to poorer quality of life and increased healthcare costs.

Communities are looking to key healthcare stakeholders to help find solutions. Yet, many organizations do not feel armed with the knowledge to successfully address the mental health of their employees, patients, members, and citizens. Join the KHC’s 2018 annual conference to learn the latest evidenced-based approaches, best practices, and successful models of addressing mental health issues.

  • DATE:  March 14, 2018
  • LOCATION:  The Olmsted, 3701 Frankfort Ave, Louisville KY 40207
  • TIME: Full Day
  • TARGET AUDIENCE:  All Healthcare Stakeholders including providers, plans, employers, labor unions, government, non-profits, pharmaceuticals, and anyone interested in healthcare

Registration Opens in October

Topics for the day include:

  • Mental Health Stigma
  • StAMINA – Student Alliance for Mental Health Innovation and Action
  • Collaborative Care Model
  • Integrated Care Models
  • Addiction Treatment Models
  • Hepatitis C and its Mental Health Co-Morbidities
  • Mental Health Technology
  • Successful Employer Models of Improving Mental Health

Confirmed Speakers

Transforming the Stigma of Mental Illness – Mike Veny, Founder of Transforming Stigma

Hear Mike’s story of how his anger, depression, anxiety, and obsessive compulsive disorder were both INDISPENSABLE and BENEFICIAL to a successful music career. Look at mental illness in a fresh new way. Learn how shame leads to destructive behavior and how individuals can proactively talk about mental health in all settings to improve mental, physical, and social health.