Overview

September 7
11AM PT, 2PM ET

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As government leaders strive to improve community health, many are taking a closer look at the wider set of forces that impact wellness. It’s increasingly clear that health is shaped by an individual’s access to education, safe housing, job opportunities, nutritious food and other essentials. A coordinated approach to care that addresses these needs in a holistic fashion creates better health outcomes and reduces preventable hospitalization, resulting in more efficient use of program dollars.

Join us to hear industry experts Dr. Rex Archer, Mandi Bishop, and Dan Brillman in an interactive panel discussion to speak about their efforts to improve community well-being by addressing social determinants of health.  We’ll also talk about best practices for transforming fragmented and frustrating public services using coordinated delivery models. This interactive one-hour event will cover topics such as:

• What social factors have the biggest impact on community health?
• How can you address the factors to drive the biggest improvement?
• What does an effective coordinated care strategy look like?
• How can coordinated care address high utilizers and reduce preventable hospitalization?

Speakers

Dr. Rex Archer

Dr. Rex Archer

Director of Health, Kansas City, Missouri, Health Department

Mandi Bishop

Mandi Bishop

Founder & CEO, Lifely Insights

Dan Brillman

Dan Brillman

Co-Founder & CEO, Unite Us

Kathleen Dalton, Ph.D.

Kathleen Dalton, Ph.D. — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Governing Institute