St. Paul, Minn., and St. Louis — As insurers play a large role in the overall environment of healthcare, they may want to stay abreast of the innovations within the industry. The Center for Health Value Innovation, with a mission to identify the evidence of health improvement through investment in incentives and innovation by employers and health plans, can help them do that.

The St. Louis-based Center recently gathered its directors to discuss emerging trends relevant to health improvement and innovation—focusing on two main issues: global health initiatives or medical tourism, which was presented by Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.-based Trigram America; and data security and privacy, presented by St. Louis-based Crystal IT.

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