The 2nd Annual Payer and Provider Summit on Social Determinants of Health for Complex Populations convenes health care leaders to learn about cross-sector initiatives aimed at removing socioeconomic barriers to care that drive unnecessary utilization and costs. Attendees discuss ways to identify and engage members and patients, align partners, and establish community-wide networks that help build capacity and meet the basic needs of high-risk individuals.
QUESTIONS WE WILL ANSWER:
- How do states creatively fund supportive housing programs and stimulate MCO investments in SDoH-related programs?
- To what extent can primary care models accelerate aging in place, improve outcomes, and reduce costs for high-risk, SDoH-affected populations?
- How can you use data analytics to better understand the social determinants of your population and to enhance patient interactions?
- What strategies mitigate regulatory barriers to innovation and funding and help realize a holistic approach to address SDoH?
- What lessons can you apply from a city-wide, cross-sector, public health strategy to improve health and reduce disparities?
- How do you justify SDoH-related investments to increase health equity?
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President and Chief Executive Officer
Network for Excellence in Health Innovation (NEHI)
Tech-Enabled, Holistic Care for Complex Patients: Clover's High-Touch, In-Home Primary Care Model
Chief Scientific Officer
Evidence that Housing is a Form of Health Care: New York State’s Supportive Housing Initiative for Vulnerable Medicaid Populations
Deputy Director, Bureau of Social Determinants of Health
New York State Department of Health
Healthy Baltimore 2020:
A Blueprint to Combat Health Inequities and Improve Well-Being
Commissioner of Health
City of Baltimore