Spring Conference: Social Determinants of Health: Once A Consideration, Now A Planning Imperative
May 10 @ 8:15 am - 2:30 pm
Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) play an influential role in care delivery and patient care outcomes. With the increased attention on value based care and population health, it becomes increasingly important to understand how to incorporate SDoH into the strategic planning process.
Attend the NESHS spring conference to explore the latest relevant SDoH data, learn where you can access information and the financial considerations that need to be evaluated, and hear how your peers and other hospitals are using social information to better inform their strategic plans.
8:15 AM Registration, Continental Breakfast and Networking
8:50 AM Welcome
9:00 AM KEYNOTE: From Treating the Sick to Keeping Populations Healthy
How and why are health systems making social determinants of health part of their strategy?
Nancy Kane, Professor of Management in the Department of Health Policy and Management, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
10:00 AM Networking Break – Visit our Sponsor Tables
10:30 AM Thea James, MD, Vice President of Mission and Associate Chief Medical Officer, Boston Medical Center
11:15 AM Mary Cooper, MD, JD, Chief Quality Officer and Senior Vice President for Clinical Services, Connecticut Hospital Association
Noon Lunch – Visit our Sponsor Tables
1:00 PM Group Activity
Attendees will be divided into small groups to engage in focused conversations about the morning presentations. Using a discussion guide, each group will share their thoughts about how social determinants of health can and should be integrated into their organizations’ strategic considerations. Groups will nominate a “reporter” to briefly share highlights from their discussion to the larger audience as part of a synthesis exercise.
1:30 PM Luke Shulman, Vice President of Product, Algorex
2:15 PM Closing Remarks
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DoubleTree by Hilton
5400 Computer Drive | Westborough, MA
NESHS Members: $130.00
NESHSCo, HFMA, ACHE & AAPL Members: $130.00
Students: $25.00 (Must be a full-time student.)