The buzzword of social determinants has demonstrated a shift in health care toward a greater focus on the person outside the patient. Health and provider organizations have found that a persons zip code is as much an indicator of health as their genetic code and that social barriers must be addressed to obtain the best outcomes.
Here are some conversations captured at #CCTC on how providers are addressing SDOH and demonstrating measurable ROI through creating successful partnerships, utilizing actionable data, and implementing sustainable health initiatives. For more lineup of speakers visit World Congress website.
Vice President, Behavioral Health and Community Integration
Access Community Health Network
Brian is a member of the Access Community Health Network Medical Operations Leadership Team, shepherding a variety of programs focused on men’s health, maternal and child health, behavioral health, and infectious disease. His portfolio now includes the development and implementation of initiatives to address the social determinants affecting the health of the patients served by the organization.
Chief Population Health Officer
In this role, she is responsible for integrating our community health strategy with population health. She works with market leaders, payer partners and community stakeholders to develop community-based population health and risk sharing models that focus on wellness and disease prevention for better health outcomes – with focus given to social determinants and our most vulnerable and needy populations.