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Healthcare: What Choice Do I Have?

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Dr. Eric Bricker is a Johns Hopkins trained internal medicine physician and Chief Medical Officer of Compass Professional Health Services. 

 

A recognized thought leader on healthcare consumerism, Bricker co-founded Compass with Scott Schoenvogel and Cliff Sentell in 2005 to help change how healthcare is delivered to improve employee health and lower healthcare costs. He has spoken at several hundred employee benefit meetings and is one of the few physicians in the country who has unique expertise in patient care, healthcare finance, and employee benefits. Dr. Bricker also writes the Compass Healthcare Consumerism Blog, which has new posts every week. 

 

 

Prior to becoming a physician, Dr. Bricker was a hospital finance consultant for Stockamp & Associates (now Huron Consulting Group), where he worked on revenue cycle management projects at major medical centers across the country. Dr. Bricker received his medical training at the University of Illinois College of Medicine and John Hopkins Hospital, and received a B.A. in economics from Northwestern University.

Meeting cancellations received in writing 72 hours prior to luncheon will receive a full refund. No refunds or credits for cancellations or no-shows will be made after this time due to the costs incured to DAHU from our meeting host for meals prepared.

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DAHU will be having its annual Little Red Socks campaign to benefit Bryan's House, a ministry for providing support and care for children whose lives are impacted by life-changing medical difficulties. Please join us in bringing money to put in the Little Red Sock at your luncheon table February 19th and thank you for helping us continue to support Bryan's House!
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