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Building a Culture of Health: The Challenges in Low-Income Populations and How Medicaid Could Help Galvanize Community-Wide Efforts

Building a Culture of Health: The Challenges in Low-Income Populations and How Medicaid Could Help Galvanize Community-Wide Efforts

December 3, 2015, 1:00 pm 2:00 pm
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A Members-Only Webinar
United States
Contact Gerry Shea

Building a Culture of Health:
The Challenges in Low-Income Populations and How Medicaid Could Help Galvanize Community-Wide Efforts

A Members-Only Webinar of the National Academy of Social Insurance 
December 3, 2015
 
This event has been postponed.
Stay tuned for more information on a new date and time.


What: A members-only opportunity to be briefed on -- and provide input to – the nationwide efforts in health care to focus more on population health and how Medicaid could act as a critical lever in mobilizing community-wide efforts to do so among underserved populations. This webinar  conference will feature a conversation about the evidence underpinning the importance of the shift towards a focus on health in addition to health care services, and the experience of those who are trying to accomplish this for the Medicaid and other low-income populations.

When:
Wednesday, December 3, 1:00pm Eastern / 12:00pm Central / 11:00pm Mountain / 10:00am Pacific

Who:

  • Welcome: Gerry Shea, Senior Advisor to the Board
  • Evidence Supports the Critical Role of Social Determinants of Health
    Kerry Ann McGeary, Senior Program Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • How Low Income Communities are Improving Population Health
    Trish Riley, Executive Director, National Academy for State Health Policy
     
This event has been postponed.
Stay tuned for more information on a new date and time.