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The View is Worth the Climb: Health-Sector Leadership Approaches to Address the Social Determinants
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When: Wednesday, May 11, 2016
2:30-4:00 PM EDT
Where: United States

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Public Health Institute Dialogue4Health: Community Prevention and Multi-Sector Stakeholder Web Forum Series
The View is Worth the Climb: Health-Sector Leadership Approaches to Address the Social Determinants

Leadership is an essential ingredient in making lasting change and improving health equity and population health. Healthcare institutions and their leaders are particularly well-suited to advance innovative efforts that systematically address the community conditions to impact patients. This, in turn, saves lives, preserves much-needed healthcare resources, and improves overall health and quality of life.

Please join us for our upcoming Dialogue4Health Web Forum where we will discuss the journey within healthcare organizations to establish practices and approaches to support population health improvement. The conversation will focus on specific ways healthcare organizations are joining communities where health inequities are concentrated to address the social determinants of health. Panelists will explore emerging partnerships that address housing, transportation, food insecurity, and child development in the practice and policy arenas. Speakers will also summarize lessons learned, provide recommendations for success, and take participant questions.

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Anne De Biasi, MHA, Director, Policy Development, Trust for America's Health
John Lovelace, President, UPMC for You; President, Government Programs and Individual Advantage, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center; Board Chair, Association of Community Affiliated Plans
Bechara Choucair, MD, MS, Senior Vice President, Safety Net and Community Health, Trinity Health

Kevin Barnett, DrPH, MCP, Senior Investigator, Public Health Institute
Matthew Marsom, Vice President, Public Policy and Programs, Public Health Institute

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