Webinar: Thursday, December 5, 2019, at 1 PM - 2 PM Eastern
- Case Study of Alliance for Better Health Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) Initiatives
- Overview of SDoH Challenges with infrastructure and technology for providers to make referrals to community-based organizations
- How Alliance for Better Health is working with New York health systems and payers in alternative payment arrangements
- How Alliance for Better Health furnishes providers with SDoH data, allowing them to connect patients with community-based organizations to improve health and reduce costs
Faculty: Jacob Reider, MD, CEO – Alliance for Better Health; Kristen Scholl, VP Strategic Partnerships – Alliance for Better Health; Natasha Pernicka, Executive Director – The Food Pantries for the Capital District, Kimberly Kilby, MD, Sr. Leader, Regional Medical Directors – MVP Health Care
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A recent study published in JAMA found that only 15.6% of physicians reported screening for all five social determinant of health factors: food insecurity, housing instability, utility needs, transportation needs, and interpersonal violence.
The infrastructure isn’t in place in most communities to address SDoH issues, and neither is the technology for health care providers to quickly, easily and effectively make referrals to community-based organizations. Physicians aren’t screening because they would be flagging problems without a way to address them. However, some social care and health care organizations are working together and because of these community networks, patients are being screened and SDoH issues are being addressed.
During this webinar, Alliance for Better Health will talk about how it is working with health systems and payers in alternative payment arrangements, and providing their providers with SDoH data, allowing them to connect patients with community-based organizations to improve care and reduce costs.
Please join us on Thursday, December 5, 2019, at 1 PM Eastern as our faculty presents the Alliance for Better Health SDoH case study, in the HealthcareWebSummit event: SDoH Change Moves at the Speed of Trust—Connecting medical, behavioral and social providers for person-centered care
In addition to the main faculty presentation, this event includes a fun whiteboard drawing format opening video, a brief moderated faculty interview, and concluding live audience questions and answers. The day before the event, you'll receive login information, including downloadable companion presentation slides.
Just after the event, you'll receive a follow-up request for feedback, also offering an opportunity to provide any final questions that can be forwarded to the faculty. Also, if you need support before, during or after the event, you can contact HealthcareWebSummit staff at any time.
After attending this webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Examine the Alliance for Better Health case study for SDoH initiatives
- Identify SDoH Challenges with infrastructure and technology for providers to send and receive referrals to/from community-based organizations
- Ascertain how Alliance for Better Health is working with New York health systems and payers in alternative payment arrangements
- Consider how Alliance for Better Health furnishes providers with SDoH data, allowing them to connect patients with community-based organizations to improve health and reduce costs
- Engage in interactive learning through online question submission, attendee feedback and opportunity for post-event follow up questions.
Interested attendees would include:
- C-Suite Executives
- SDoH Executives and Staff
- Population Health Executives
- Managed Care Executives and Staff
- Medicaid and Medicare Executives
- Medical Directors
- Healthcare Innovation and Transformation Executives
- Legal, Regulatory and Policy Executives
- Planning and Strategic Executives and Staff
- Business Intelligence Staff
- Other Interested Parties
Attendees would represent organizations including:
- Health Plans
- Provider Networks
- Health Systems
- Community Based Organizations
- Solutions Providers
- Life Sciences Organizations
- Associations, Institutes and Research Organizations
- Government Agencies
- Other Interested Organizations
Individual Registration Fee: $195. Post-event materials, with video of slides synchronized with speaker audio, plus presentation pdf file: $45 for attendees; $270 for non-attendees after the event. Register above or download a registration form.
You can also register by phone: 209.577.4888. Corporate Site licensing also available. We look forward to your attendance!
Jacob Reider, MD
Jacob Reider, MD, FAAFP works at the intersection of health and IT to motivate and empower communities to think differently about how they can best promote the health of their members. As chief executive officer at Alliance for Better Health, Jacob focuses on galvanizing the medical community to realize and capture the potential of the evolution from volume-based care to value-based health. A family doctor since the early 1990s, he understands the challenges medical providers face and leverages technology to foster improved communication and data-driven solutions for population health needs.
In addition to practicing family medicine, Jacob is experienced working and teaching in academia, launching multiple successful start-up organizations, collaborating with entrepreneurs and investors and working in the state and federal governments. While deputy national coordinator and chief medical officer of the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for Health Information Technology, a staff division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Jacob helped to design and build the nation’s electronic medical records system. He has also consulted with the New York State Department of Health on health IT strategies, where he was first introduced to DSRIP and Alliance. Jacob holds a Doctor of Medicine from Albany Medical College and a Bachelor of Arts in cognitive science from Hampshire College.
Jacob passionately promotes innovation; seeing experimentation and risk-taking as critical to forming new business models that will shift the economics of health. As Alliance continues to foster collaborative environments in which physicians, nurses, care team members and patients are encouraged to be creative, each achievement will be a powerful endorsement, regionally and globally, of the power of innovation.
Kristen Scholl joined Alliance for Better Health over three years ago with one objective – to improve the health of Medicaid members by trying new and innovative programs. A visionary, Kristen remains a firm believer that the work she does is a phenomenal opportunity to make a measurable difference in the health of the community using federal and state funds.
In her current role, success means facilitating the integration of technology and service solutions and guiding collaboration and innovation among health care and social care providers. Sometimes, just bringing the right people together in a room can result in discussion and workflow redesign that fosters meaningful change in the community. Kristen’s focus has been on implementing programs that specifically address social determinants of health including the Healthy Together suite of programs consisting of the Unite Us closed loop community referral system, Circulation web-based transportation platform using the Lyft network and City Health Works, a chronic disease health coaching program.
Prior to joining Alliance in January 2016, Kristen was introduced to Medicaid Redesign from the perspective of a Medicaid Managed Care Organization (MCO). Most recently, she was the Medicaid Operations Director at MVP Health Care. Kristen has more than 20 years of experience in various roles with MCOs which has provided her with the expertise to contribute to the Alliance goal of improving the health of the community while preparing partners for success in a value-based payment environment.
Natasha Pernicka has been leading The Food Pantries for the Capital District as Executive Director since 2011. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy. In addition, she is a graduate of the Capital Region Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Tech Valley program.
With more than 18 years in the nonprofit sector Natasha has developed and implemented new programs, improved and created growth in community engagement efforts, and led strategic initiatives throughout her career. Her work with The Food Pantries includes increasing programmatic impact for more than 65 food pantries serving 57,000 people for 3.2 million meals annually, as well as leading the Filling the Gap Food Pantry System and Community Needs Assessment, Food Connect Digital Pantry System project, and Community Food Assistance Network Food is Medicine initiative.
In addition, Natasha is Chair of the Nonprofit Business Advisory Group of the Capital Region Chamber of Commerce, serves on the New York eHealth Collaborative CBO and VBP Advisory Group, the Albany and Rensselaer County FEMA Emergency Food and Shelter Boards, the Steering Committee for the Greater Capital Region Food System Assessment, the Advisory Committee for the Rockefeller College Nonprofit Community Engagement Series, and has been a reviewer for the New York State Hunger Prevention and Nutrition Assistance Program grant process through the Regional Food Bank. She is a guest lecturer on hunger, nonprofit leadership, and management and has presented at events such as the New York State Anti-Hunger Conference and for the New York State Hunger and Food Policy Council and NYeHealth Collaborative.
Kimberly Kilby, MD
Dr. Kimberly Kilby is a family and preventive medicine physician, leading the team of Regional Medical Directors at MVP Health Care and working in collaboration with physicians across New York State to support the transition to value-based payment.
Dr. Kilby previously served as Associate Dean for Academic & Student Affairs at Albany Medical College and practiced clinically at AMC Bariatrics and Nutrition Group. She has also served as the Director of the Bureau of Communicable Disease Control for the NYSDOH where she directed the statewide surveillance for the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic.
Dr. Kilby was named the 2015 Family Practice Educator of the Year by the New York State Academy of Family Physicians.