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Minneapolis | June 5, 2019

Debunking the Myths of Behavioral Health & Technology

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, shedding a spotlight on a prevalent, yet highly stigmatized, issue – for every 10 people in a doctor’s office, 7 are there seeking care for reasons related to behavioral health. Whether it’s our constantly connected workforce or early adoption of social media platforms, today’s plugged-in generation is at a higher risk for anxiety, depression, and addictive behaviors. As a result, healthcare companies seek new and convenient ways to promote mental wellness and provide treatment. Join us as we explore the connection between social media and mental health, discuss the unique needs of the working generation, and learn how technology plays a role in revolutionizing care.

Meet the Panelists

Eric Hamborg | Chief Customer & Revenue Officer at MOBE

Peter Bridges | Chief Commercial Officer at Ginger

John Waters | Senior Director, WorkLife & Employee Assistance Program Solutions at Optum


We're bringing together the brightest minds in healthcare to educate, discuss, and challenge one another.

I attend the Relevant Health Roundtable events as an opportunity to hear industry insights from local thought leaders. The program topics are always current and on-point. Additionally, the events are a great opportunity to connect, network, and exchange ideas with others in the local healthcare scene.
— Eric Brotten, Optum


Relevant Health Roundtable is an invitation-only group that provides members with the opportunity to engage with other healthcare industry leaders, discuss important topics in the healthcare realm, and gain tangible career insights.


Concord, a Minneapolis-based consulting firm focusing on digital transformation, founded the Health Care Roundtable in 2014 as a means to discuss healthcare reform with Twin Cities leaders. After growing in prominence and popularity, Concord re-launched the panel sessions as Relevant Health Roundtable in 2017 to allow for a wider array of pertinent topics impacting healthcare.  


What To Expect


Three panelist sessions per year


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Annual dedicated networking event



Access to healthcare industry leaders



The best maple bacon in the Midwest



Advisory Committee

The Advisory Committee is crucial to the operation of the Relevant Health Roundtable. These fine members provide input and feedback on topics, panelists, and everything in between. More importantly, they help shape the future growth strategy of the organization.


Join the Committee

If you would like to help shape the Relevant Health Roundtable group, please consider joining the Advisory Committee.

Where & When:


June 5, 2019


Mental & Behavioral Health