Committee on SDOH Integration

As organizations take on financial risk for patient populations, strategies to move ‘upstream’ to address care quality and cost issues are becoming crucial. This committee will focus its discussions on the ways providers will need to support care management systems that address social determinants of health (SDOH). 


Meetings 

October 15, 2019 (Recording Here) 

November 21, 2019  (Recording Here) 

January 8, 2020 (Recording Here) 

March 5, 2020 2pm EST (virtual) Register Here

Participants

Michael Peterson, Health Innovation and SDOH Lead, Accenture

Ellie Zuehlke, Director of Community Benefit & Engagement, Allina Health

David Jacobsen, VP of Medicaid Business Dvpt Strategy , Arkansas BCBS

Carter Wilson, Associate Director, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers

Doug Tynan, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Integrated Care Delaware

Eric Cragun, Partner, Intermountain Healthcare

Jonathan Gleason, Executive VP of Chief Quality Officer, Jefferson Health

Cindy Tack, Senior Director of Clinical Initiatives, MaineHealth ACO

Amy Mathew, Project Manager, NewYork Quality Care ACO

Tom Whalen, EVP and CMO, Lehigh Valley Health Network

Michelle Proser, Director of Research, National Association of CHCs

Kindle Craig, Senior Director, Renown Health

Emily Griese, Director of Population Health, Sanford Health

Jan Jones-Schenk, Dean of Academic Vice President, Western Governors University

Outputs 

These committees will develop industry resources that focus that may include Case Study Briefs (CSBs)competency guides (a more detailed description of the competency) and webinars. Each committee will develop a discussion agenda that identifies the main components of the competency, important information to share with industry, clarification on terminology, and relevant industry resources that are most beneficial to industry success in value.


 

Sponsors

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*Note: Sponsors fund and contribute to the committee work, but do not control committee outputs. 

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