Alan Mills, M.D., will present "Nudging West Virginia's communities toward cultures of health" during a special guest seminar at noon Monday, May 4, in Fukushima Auditorium.
Dr. Mills is an independent family practice naturopathic physician and a health actuary who lives in Seattle. He has done research in the areas of complexity science, agent-based simulation modeling and behavioral economics. He is now applying what he has learned to help states improve health and reduce healthcare expenditures of their communities.
Mills has a broad range of experience in healthcare, healthcare analytics and policy making. As a physician, he has helped hundreds of families improve their health. He is also a fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries. As a consulting actuary with premier consulting firms for more than 30 years, Mills has worked with state governments, health insurers and large employers. He also has executive management and software engineering expertise.
For more information, visit http://wvctsi.org/pages/Events/2015/May/Guest-Lecture.
The lecture will be recorded and posted to WVCTSI's YouTube channel for later viewing.