Harvard Pilgrim CEO to speak about transparency in health care

UMass Medical School Communications Staff

November 20, 2013
   Eric Shultz
   Eric H. Schultz, MBA

The Commonwealth Medicine’s Perspectives in Health Care Speaker Series presents “Transparency: Shifting the Health Demand Curve” by Eric H. Schultz, MBA, president and chief executive officer of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, on Tuesday, Nov. 26.


Prior to joining Harvard Pilgrim in 2010, Schultz was president and chief executive officer of Fallon Community Health Plan for ten years. He has also held executive positions with CIGNA Healthcare, where he oversaw plan operations for eastern Missouri and southern Illinois, and with Prudential Healthcare, where he led its Nashville and Memphis commercial and Medicaid business. Schultz also served as medical group administrator for Nashville Healthcare Group, a major primary care and behavioral care group practice in Central Tennessee.

Schultz received his MBA in health care leadership from Yale University’s School of Management.

The talk will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 26 from 10 to 11 a.m. in the Albert Sherman Center auditorium on the second floor. A question and answer period will be included as part of the presentation. Registration is required and is open only to employees of UMass or the clinical system. To register online visit: http:inside.umassmed.edu/commed/perspectives-in-health-care. Shuttle service will be available from the South St. campus in Shrewsbury to the University campus in Worcester for this event. Please indicate if you plan to use the shuttle when you register for the event.