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Social Determinants of Health
Key Bridge Marriott
1401 Lee Highway
Arlington, Virginia 22209
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Early Bird Pricing Ends April 4, 2018
Member - $55
Non-Member - $65
General Pricing Ends April 11, 2018
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Non-Member - $70
Member - $75
Non-Member - $85
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Traditional practice of healthcare represents 10% - 20% of one’s health. What about the rest? Much of our well-being is determined by how we live, where we live, genetics, stress levels, access to food, safe and stable housing, and more. Join us and hear what our panel has to say and how you can help as we explore the following:
- How has SDOH evolved?
- What is being done now with SDOH to inform and improve healthcare?
- How are government agencies driving SDOH health improvement?
- How can SDOH reduce a provider’s burden?
- What potential, unrealized opportunities are possible with expanded use of SDOH in our healthcare ecosystem?
- Traci Archibald, Director of Division of ESRD, Population and Community Health, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Center for Clinical Standards and Quality(CCSQ) – (Confirmed)
- Jade Perdue, Director of Division of Quality Improvement Innovation Models Testing, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Center for Clinical Standards and Quality(CCSQ) – (Confirmed)
- Rob Bossarte, PhD, Director, Department of Veterans Affairs, Center of Excellence for Suicide Prevention and, Injury Control Research Center, West Virginia University – (Confirmed)
- Ronald C. Kessler, Ph.D., McNeil Family Professor, Department of Healthcare Policy, Harvard Medical School – (Confirmed)
- Mr. Steve Erd, Director of Strategic Alliances, LexisNexis Risk Solutions