Inaugural Payer and Provider Summit on Social Determinants of Health for Complex Populations

Inaugural Payer and Provider Summit on Social Determinants of Health for Complex Populations

Held: September 11-12, 2007

Executives from health plans, hospital systems, and government organizations convened to reduce costs and improve care for populations affected by social determinants of health including the justice-involved. Develop community-based programs that meet the basic needs of complex populations, improve access to timely care, and prevent escalation of costs. Identify next steps and implement efforts to combat health disparities and remove socioeconomic, physical, and behavioral barriers to health.

Keynote Sessions Include:

  • Day One Welcome and Keynote Introduction
  • OPENING KEYNOTE: Taking Care to the People: Street Medicine
  • Day Two Chairperson’s Welcome and Opening Remarks
  • The Value, Impact, and ROI of Addressing Social Determinants of Health
  • State Initiatives to Effectively Address Social Determinants of Health
  • Implement Sustainable Strategies to Scale Social Determinant Interventions and Track Progress
  • Address Data Challenges: Best Practices to Access, Identify, and Analyze Social Needs Data
  • Adopt Evidence-Based Concepts to Advance Social Determinant Initiatives and Elevate Population Health Strategies
  • Mitigate Health Risks and Improve Outcomes with Predictive Analytics
  • Leverage Community Resources and Technology to Enhance Housing and Food Security Programs
  • Ways and Means to Economic Well-Being: The CareSource Story
  • Strategies to Enhance and Sustain Engagement with Complex Populations
  • Avoid SUD Treatment Program Relapse through On-Going Support, Monitoring, and Case Management
  • Enhance Care Delivery for the Justice-Involved and Reduce Incarceration-Driven Costs