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Health Equity and SDOH: Leveraging Data and Measures with Anthem, CareSource, Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Evolent

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Health Equity and SDOH: Leveraging Data and Measures with Anthem, CareSource, Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Evolent

Achieving health equity begins with an ability to identify health disparities and their causes Without adequate data and measures, inequities remain unseen and unaddressed. Our expert panel discusses the importance…
March 25, 2022

Health Equity and SDOH: Leveraging Data and Measures with Anthem, CareSource, Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Evolent

Achieving health equity begins with an ability to identify health disparities and their causes Without adequate data and measures, inequities remain unseen and unaddressed. Our expert panel discusses the importance of leveraging data and analytics to understand, measure, and support equity improvement efforts. They will share successful strategies and best practices you can bring back to your organization.

 

Panelists: R.J. Briscione, Senior Director, Social Determinants of Health Strategy & Execution, Aetna, a CVS Health Company, Merrill Friedman, RVP, Inclusive Policy and Advocacy, Anthem, Inc., Amy Riegel, Senior Director, Housing, CareSource, Nick Jones, Director, Healthy Neighborhoods Healthy Families, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Katie McKillen, Regional President, Market Operations, Evolent Health

 

This episode is sponsored by Evolent Health Services

Evolent Health Services provides modern administrative and clinical capabilities along with managed

services to health plans and risk-bearing organizations. We drive operational efficiency through higher levels of automation, enhance member engagement using a modern, fully integrated end-to-end platform, and leverage AI to convert data into actionable insights. visit:evolenthealthservices.com

 

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