Pop Health & SDoH Forum: Better Knowledge. Better Outcomes.

March 9, 2020 | 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Rosen Centre – Junior Ballroom G
Cost: $400
Additional Registration.

The Pop Health & SDoH Forum will dive deep into social determinants of health and share how leading healthcare organizations are using digital technologies to care for our most vulnerable populations and achieve health equity. Join the conversation with #PopHealthIT

Key takeaways:

  • Building a framework for care through the science of behavior change
  • The impact of SDoH and addressing the 'Whole Person' care
  • Low-tech and no-tech solutions, including health literacy screening
  • Best practices for program design and implementation
  • Common barriers to care driven by SDOH
  • Improving adherence in high-risk populations

Remember to add this forum to your HIMSS20 registration. HIMSS20 registration is not required to purchase this forum.

Registration Info

Monday, March 9

8:00AM - 8:30AM EDT
8:30AM - 8:35AM EDT
8:35AM - 9:15AM EDT
10:15AM - 10:45AM EDT
10:45AM - 11:20AM EDT
11:20AM - 11:55AM EDT
12:30PM - 1:30PM EDT
1:30PM - 2:00PM EDT
2:00PM - 2:30PM EDT
2:30PM - 3:00PM EDT
3:30PM - 4:00PM EDT
4:00PM - 4:10PM EDT

Michael Dulin
Michael Dulin
Director, Academy For Population Health Innovation
University Of North Carolina, Charlotte

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Simita Mishra
Simita Mishra
Population Health Informatics Lead
Northwell Health
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Ellie Zuehlke
Ellie Zuehlke
Director Of Community Benefit And Engagement
Allina Health

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Rhonda Medows
Rhonda Medows
Executive Vice President, Population Health
Providence St. Joseph Health

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Emily Fletcher
Emily Fletcher
Ambulatory Care Program Manager
MercyOne

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Matthew Pirritano
Matthew Pirritano
Director, Population Health Informatics
L.A. Care

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