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Innovation Series: Use of Technology in Treatment

  • June 06, 2019
  • 2:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Cambia Grove; 1800 9th Avenue, Seattle, WA


Attend June 6 - EBPA Afternoon Social

for a chance at an

Apple Watch Series 4

See below for more details **

Approved for two (2) hours of Continuing Education by the

Office of the Insurance Commissioner. 

Stress and Your Health

The vast majority of Americans are living with stress related health problems that could currently be the cause of or lead to the deterioration of your physical and mental well-being. If you are one of those people that value family, long life, and your health over money, you may have another perspective after learning that not having control over your financial situation kills Americans every day.


  • Heart conditions over $107 billion
  • Cancer nearly $82 billion
  • COPD/Asthma nearly $64 billion
  • Diabetes over $51 billion
  • Hypertension nearly $43 billon.  

Being prepared is crucial. The impending retirement of baby boomers combined with longer life expectancies will place pressures on resources necessary to sustain the rising standard of living that Americans have come to expect

Help your client begin to manage their future

  • Requires time & commitment
  • Don’t Procrastinate!
  • Take Control
  • There are many aspects to planning.

According to American Psychological Association, the health consequences of extreme stress are most severe when people ignore symptoms and fail to manage their stress well.

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for Healthcare Utilization & Cost

Machine learning (ML) & artificial intelligence (AI) have become pervasive in the delivery of healthcare services.  Join Corinne Stroum, Director of Product Management at KenSci, for an overview of technology, key use cases in utilization & cost, and the policy implications of this technology.

  • Machine Learning Overview
  • o  Supervised Learning (Binary Classification, Multiclass Classification, Logistics and      Linear Regression)
  • o  Unsupervised Learning (Clustering and Phenotyping)
  • o  Additional data science techniques (Outlier Analysis)
  • Use Cases
  • o  Utilization & Cost
  • o  Structuring Employee Health Plans
  • Key Policy Implications 
  • o Fairness, Accountability, Transparency, and Bias in ML
  • o Regulation & Legislation [FDA Pre-Certification; AI Accountability Act]

Tyler Livelyis a native of Washington State, having grown up in Redmond. He has always had a passion for learning and finding the optimal solution to any goal. This drive pushed him to graduate from the prestigious Marriott School of Business (rated one of the top ten entrepreneurship programs in the US).

Nearing 10 years in the financial industry and having built hundreds of retirement plans, Tyler is motivated by the ability to work with clients and help them achieve their financial goals. He is a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor and is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER®.

Corinne Stroum is an experienced product leader in healthcare analytics, healthIT, and population health.  She is a subject matter expert on the data footprint of healthcare - whether clinical or claims-based - with additional experience in patient experience surveys, socio-economic factors and social determinants, and unstructured notes. Her fluency in clinical interoperability standards, healthcare ontologies, and health policy enables her to manage interdisciplinary teams and engage with customers or thought leaders.

Prior to her work in health IT, she studied Biomedical and Electrical Engineering and spent her early career in technical roles. She participated in healthcare delivery as a clinical technician for intra-aortic balloon pumps, as a vascular researcher, as a systems validation engineer for a PET/CT scanner, and as a repairperson for medical imaging accessories.

Corinne currently works as Director of Product Management for KenSci.


   2:30 -3:00 pm Registration and sign in

   3:00-3:50 pm Program 

   3:50-4:00 pm Break

   4:00-4:50 pm Program by KenSci

   4:50-5:00 pm Q&A, sign out

   5:00 -6:00 pm - Social with beverages and hors d'oeuvres


    $65 members; $85 non-members and guests by registration deadline

    $80 members; $100 non-members/guests.


     NOTE:  Parking is not covered this month

     Here is a helpful link regarding parking instructions:


     NOTE: There are limited parking spaces in the Regence Building Parking            garage.  If you do park there, a parking payment kiosk is on the first floor of      the lobby. EBPA will NOT pay for parking this month.  

Approved for two (2) hours of Continuing Education by the 

Office of the Insurance Commissioner. 

** As our annual afternoon event is part education and part socializing, all who come and bring a business card are eligible to enter our raffle for a new Apple Watch Series 4 GPS + Cellular.  It’s our way of saying thank you for being a supporter of EBPA.  Come and learn more about the rest of the 2019 Innovation Series and future raffles for you and any guests you bring.

Thank You 2023 Event Sponsors!




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