Join us for an informative discussion with leading executives in Health Education on the topic of Poor Health Literacy. The Wellness Network and InnovusHealth will look into how poor health literacy is impacting our country – in terms of health outcomes, financially, and socially, across all demographics and regions, and what we are doing about it. Especially, what you can do within your own organization.  We will be sharing resources, our own as well as national resources, that you can take away and start using today.

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    Presenter: Roger Reed, BSN, RN, FNP, PA and Co-Founder at InnovusHealth

    TWN Roger Reed Principal and Co-Founder of InnovusHealth, LLC. Mr. Reed is healthcare thought leader, author, researcher and serial entrepreneur. For the past 25 years Mr. Reed has been involved in launching more than nine companies in Indiana and Tennessee. He has served on several boards of directors and has served in various C-suite executive positions. Mr. Reed has been a guest columnist for Business Insurance and the Nashville Business Journal. His research in healthcare has been published both nationally and internationally. Most recently Mr. Reed was honored to be selected as a class of 2014 Health Care Heros by the Nashville Business Journal for his contributions as a healthcare executive at Health To You, LLC. a wholly owned subsidiary of HCA Healthcare. Mr. Reed is a graduate of Indiana University School of Nursing with a BSN and is licensed as a Family Nurse Practitioner and as a Physician’s Assistant. He holds an active RN license.

    Presenter: Cindy Carson, Head of Business Development, Partnerships & Technology Integrations at The Wellness Network

    TWN Cindy Carson As Head of Business Development, Partnerships and Technology Integrations, Cindy Carson is a veteran in health content publishing and distribution. With 30 years of experience in communications, the last decade focused on health and health tech, Ms. Carson is a thought leader, innovator, and advocate. Her experience in pushing forward on the power of the right communications and highly personalized technologies (connected health) to close the gaps in health disparities, has linked her with many health tech companies driving positive change in their communities. Formerly the General Manager of Social Solutions Global (ETO Software), and Vice President at Milner-Fenwick Patient Education, Ms. Carson defines the links between programs and outcomes. A Communications graduate of Loyola University in Maryland, Ms. Carson is working on her MGH, served 8 years on the Board of Baltimore Reads, a literacy non-profit, and volunteers in several human service-oriented non-profits.