Join Manatt Health and a Panel of Innovators for a Compelling Look at How Integrating SDOH Can Improve Health Outcomes and Advance Health Equity. Click Here to Register Free for the Fourth Program in Our “Ten Health Care Imperatives for the Decade Ahead” Webinar Series.
The COVID-19 pandemic has cast a harsh light on the extent to which factors such as homelessness, food insecurity and economic instability—collectively referred to as social determinants or drivers of health (SDOH)—are integral to health and health equity. Efforts to address drivers of health are growing but remain diffuse, episodic and grossly underfunded.
In a new webinar—the fourth in our “Ten Health Care Imperatives for the Decade Ahead” series—Manatt Health and a cross-sector panel of thought leaders will explore specific strategies to integrate drivers of health interventions into the health care continuum to improve health outcomes, reduce health care costs and promote health equity. Click here to register free. The program will:
Even if you can’t attend our original airing on May 12, click here to register free now, and you’ll receive a link to view the program on demand.
P.S. Our “Ten Health Care Imperatives for the Decade Ahead” webinar series is based on our recent white paper addressing the ten imperatives we believe are critical for improving the health care system and advancing health equity. Click here to download a free copy of the white paper. Click here to register for the upcoming programs in the series or to view our previous sessions on ensuring access to coverage and care, achieving health equity, and stabilizing the safety net on demand.
Melinda Dutton, Partner, Manatt Health
Mandy Ferguson, Manager, Manatt HealthAditya Mahalingam-Dhingra, Chief of Payment & Care Delivery, MassHealth
Felicia Norwood, Executive Vice President and President, Government Business Division, Anthem
Mike Griffin, DSc, MSPH, President and CEO of Daughters of Charity Services of New Orleans—Ascension DePaul Services of New Orleans
Click here for full details on the Ten Health Care Imperatives series.