Session ID: 
POPH15

Integrating Social Determinants Of Health at a Large Public Health Plan

3:00pm - 3:30pm Monday, March 9
Orlando - Rosen Centre
Rosen Centre Junior Ballroom G
Additional Registration
Extra Fee

Description

L.A. Care Health Plan is the largest publicly operated health plan in the United States with over 2.2 million members, the majority of those enrolled in Medicaid. They recently released population health management standards from the National Committee for Quality Assurance has further energized their focus on population health. Among other things those standards require that they examine certain segments that are disproportionately impacted by the social determinants of health.

 L.A. Care develop a population health management strategy that highlights innovative programs addressing SDOH. They are working to improve the collection and categorization of SDOH related factors such as language and ethnicity, as well as using publicly available SDOH metrics to better profile our members.

In this session, the speakers will highlight the progress of implementing a comprehensive population health management strategy. This include investments in new technology, as well as efforts to clean and better curate data assets so that actionable insights are accurate and readily available.

This session is part of a special program called HIMSS20 Pop Health & SDoH. Extra fees and separate registration is required.

Speaker(s)

Chief Quality and Information Executive,
L.A. Care
Director, Population Health Informatics,
L.A. Care

Audience

Physician or Physician’s Assistant
Population Health Management Professional
Public Health Practitioner