The RISE National Summit on Social Determinants of Health is the place for cross-sectional thought leaders to discuss actionable, tactical and scalable solutions to SDoH challenges and achieve better outcomes for the most vulnerable populations.
Addressing SDoH is not a fad – it’s a transformation. Is your Community-Based Organization ready to partner with healthcare payers and providers to address SDoH? Many non-profits are struggling to navigate this territory yet the demand, and opportunity, to serve vulnerable populations is at an all-time high.
Gain the know-how to transform to meet the demands of healthcare partners and walk away with an enhanced toolkit with takeaways on:
• Speaking the same language
• Creating a value proposition
• Effectively collect, translate and report data that resonates with healthcare stakeholders
• Assigning metrics and measuring the impact on initiatives
• Writing better grants
• Recruiting and staffing at your CBO
Creating, maintaining and sustaining partnerships with community-based organizations is a two-way street. This hands-on workshop covers essentials in “speaking the same language”, focusing on:
• Dive into the meaning, challenges and improvement opportunities in “speaking the same language
• Overcoming Specific Roadblocks in not speaking the same language:
o Housing 101
o Food Access 101
• Ways to build the relationships – not just focusing on the intervention
• Identifying CBO’s that you can evolve with together – leveraging strengths that exist
• Best practices to creating a company self-assessment to determine what programs and services are feasible with projected resources
• Define program goal
• Data-driven decision making – assess what data is needed to be collected and what tools are needed to evaluate your target population
• Identifying and navigating partnership opportunities - lay the groundwork for true cross-sector collaboration
• First, define value – financial value, reputational value and value for the member experience
• Set metrics, outcomes and KPI’s
• Keys to gaining internal buy in
Workshops A & B conjoin to discuss key lessons learned, best practices and takeaways for implementation.Moderator(s):
Leaders across the SDoH ecosystem align on the most pressing SDoH roadblocks in building and maintaining partnerships, including lessons learned.
• Dive into the meaning, challenges and improvement opportunities in “speaking the same language”
• Examine the changing roles of distribution in SDoH – who owns what?
• How do we all collectively, rowing in the same direction?
• How can each sector utilize the strong suits of the other, and the resources already in place, rather than reinventing the wheel?
• Discover Cigna’s comprehensive approach toward addressing loneliness and improving mental wellness in America
• Connect the dots on practical applications of loneliness within healthcare in general, practical ways of combatting loneliness, as well as insights into Cigna’s SDOH programs
• Discuss the crossover of findings from this study and impact on STAR Ratings
At the peak of the COVID crisis in NJ, the Commissioner of the NJ Department of Health asked for help to build an Alternate Care Site in a hotel setting to care for COVID positive patients and decompress overwhelmed hospitals in northern NJ. Kathleen Stillo led the project as COO, and shares insights about how to rapidly build a care team and care model in a unique setting during the COVID crisis.Speaker(s):
Join a sit-down with Kelly Cronin, who has led several efforts to advance federal policies that fostered a connected health care system, including the integration of social services as a part of value-based care as well as multi-stakeholder collaboration to align private sector, state and federal efforts to advance IT-enabled health care.
Kelly will share the strides that HHS has been making at the state and community level as well as give insights into key issues such as the intersection with data and technology, potential payment scenarios for the future and the future state of a culture of accountability, improvement and outcomes.