11:30am - 12:30pm Thursday, March 12

Location & Room

Orlando - Orange County Convention Center
W320
Significant effort and funding have been allocated to addressing the challenges represented by Social Determinants of Health.  Previous approaches have met with limited success due to a lack of coordination and deployment of point solutions, which fail to address the issues within affected communities.  Furthermore, effort-driven approaches lack breadth of information and perspective on the issues they are attempting to analyze.  
 
This session will focus on how to disrupt the market by developing a safe, trusted consumer centric health experience.  This experience is key to creating an environment conducive to bending the curve in cost of care and improving health outcomes.  A panel of leading industry experts, each of whom is active in driving new approaches to sustainable change, will discuss challenges and solutions in areas such as:
• How health inequities, malaise policies and access to care barriers contribute to rising maternal and infant mortality among African Americans and how community programs can help turn the tide
• How diffusion of technologies to rural populations remains stagnant and contribute to poor outcomes and how programs can be developed to overcome these limitations
• How collaboration with trust brokers and community partners can extend the impact of health programs in specific communities
Speakers: 
President,
Aetna Foundation
Principal Deputy Administrator for Policy & Operations,
Centers For Medicare & Medicaid Services
Senior Manager,
Accenture
VP, Care Coord, Medicaid/Vulnerable Pop,
Kaiser Permanente
Continuing Education Credits: 
CPHIMS
1.00