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The Path Forward Series Finale

  1. 1. Social Determinants of Health Life Expectancy – age 40 Race and Ethnicity Adjusted 1 • Isolation/Loneliness • Food Insecurity • Transportation Women Men Top 1% 88.9 87.3 Bottom 1% 78.8 72.7 60%-80% of health outcomes can be attributed to SDOH Life Expectancy -- Children Blacks Latinx Live in low-opportunity neighborhoods 7.6x whites 5.3x whites Results in 7-year reduction in life expectancy Pregnancy Mortality Rates (per 100,000 births) Whites Blacks American Indian 12.7 40.8 29.7 Why Social Determinants of Health Matter • Housing • Environment • Safety(violence)
  2. 2. Let’s move from Lower Midstream to Upper Midstream Solving for Screening Social Needs 2 Social determinants are rooted in a community’s underlying social and economic conditions – issues such as racism, income inequality, environment etc. Not all social determinants lead to social risks for an individual. Social risks are the specific adverse social conditions that result from social determinants – issues such as food insecurity, isolation and housing instability. Not all social risk factors lead to “social needs.” Social needs are adverse conditions and concrete needs that result from social risks.
  3. 3. 3 • Series Opening • Predictive Analytics & Closed-Loop Referrals • Isolation & Loneliness • Food Insecurity • Transportation • Fall Season Wrap Up Fall Series • Housing • Safety • Environment (Heat) • Collaboration & Resources • Series Finale Spring Series Total Number of Unique Participants 3,500 Avg. Survey Response: 96%-99% Strongly Agree/Agree Total Number of Webinars: 11 View the recordings WeitzmanLearning.org
  4. 4. Series Opening (August) • Dr. Paul Grundy – Chief Transformation Officer, Innovaccer • Nancy Lopez – Director & Co-Founder, Institute for the Study of Race & Social Justice, University of NM • David Kulick – Founder, Adaptation Health • Margaret Flinter – SVP & Clinical Director, Community Health Center, Inc. • April Joy Damian – Assoc. Director, Weitzman Institute 4 Path Forward: SDoH Predictive Analytics & Closed-Loop Referrals (September) • Kurt Waltenbaugh – CEO & Founder, Carrot Health • Ruben Amarasingham – CEO & Founder, Pieces Tech • Erine Gray – CEO & Founder, Aunt Bertha • John Showalter – Chief Product Officer, Jvion
  5. 5. Isolation & Loneliness (October) • Andrew Parker – Founder & CEO of Papa • Ashwin Patel – Chief Executive Officer & Co- Founder of InquisitHealth • Cindy Jordan/Christina Myren – Founder & CEO/Chief Operating Officer, Pyx Health • Gretchen E. Alkema – Vice President of Policy and Communications, SCAN Foundation 5 Path Forward: SDoH Food Insecurity (October) • Sarah Carroll – Director of the Center for Care Transformation, AVIA • Jacob Luria – Co-Founder & CEO, Algorex Health • Catherine Macpherson – Vice President Product Strategy & Development, Chief Nutrition Officer, Moms Meals • Laura Robbins – Co-Founder & COO, Advocatia Solutions
  6. 6. Transportation (November) • Megan Callahan – VP and Head of Lyft Health • Effie Carlson – Chief Growth Officer, Healthcents & Board Member of NEMTAC • Monica Rivera – Head of Social Determinants of Health, Logisticare • Robert Brown – Senior Director, Wellryde & Former Vice President and Founding Member of NEMTAC • Kevin Mehalick – Head of Business Development, Roundtrip 6 Path Forward: SDoH Fall Season Wrap Up Context & Perspective (December) • Alan Weil – Vice President & Editor-in-Chief, Health Affairs – Project Hope • Dr. Mandy K. Cohen – Secretary, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
  7. 7. Housing (January) • Tim Shaw – Associate Director of Policy, Financial Security Program, Aspen Institute • David Rich – Executive Director, Supportive Housing Works • Jason Shaplen – Chief Strategy & New Ventures Officer, Community Health Center, Inc. 7 Path Forward: SDoH Advancing Community and Personal Safety (February) • Tracy Nordstrom – Placemaker & Founder, Verve • Mariela Alfonzo – CEO & Co-Founder, State of Place • Frode Kjersem – CEO, bSafe USA
  8. 8. Environment (March) • Jeremy Hess – Professor of Global Health, Medicine and Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences – University of Washington • Dr. Vivek Shanda – Professor, Nohad A. Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning – Portland State University; Founder & Director – Sustaining Urban Places Research Lab • Dr. David Hondula – Senior Sustainability Scientist, Global Institute of Sustainability and Innovation; Assoc. Prof., School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning – Arizona State University; Faculty Affiliate, Epidemiology and Data Services – Maricopa County Dep’t of Public Health 8 Path Forward: SDoH Collaboration & Resources (April) • Sue Birch – Director, Washington State Health Care Authority • Taylor Justice – Co-Founder & President, Unite Us • Laura Sankey -- Principal, Inspired Perspectives, and Nationally Recognized SDOH Expert
  9. 9. 9 Path Forward: SDoH Dr. H. Jack Geiger and Count Gibson, Jr. Tufts Delta Health Center, Mount Bayou, MS Pholela Health Center South Africa 1940s 2019 They built the foundation . . . so that we can build the future. Our time is now.

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