SAN ANTONIO, Sept. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Registration is open for a webinar that provides a blueprint for how organizations can build safe-sharing networks of community and health partners that collaborate to solve SDoH and improve outcomes of vulnerable populations.
Webinar: Building Collaborative Networks that Solve Social Determinants of Health & Drive Outcomes
Date: Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Time: 1:00 p.m. CT
Duration: 1 hour, including question-and-answer session
Presented by Jamo Rubin, MD, Founder and CEO of TAVHealth.
You can register here.
Improving outcomes for vulnerable people cannot happen without solving for Social Determinants of Health (SDoH).
Impacting SDoH requires bringing together a collaborative network of payers, providers, agencies, and community organizations that can safely communicate, share referrals, and manage social care plans on behalf of every at-risk individual.
In this presentation you will learn:
- How to bring together a virtual team of health and social service organizations on one collaborative platform.
- Why proper sharing agreements are essential to driving collaboration between covered and non-covered entities
- How organizations can safely document, track and share a person's social needs and referrals over time, building longitudinal social records as individuals intersect with multiple organizations outside the clinical setting.
- Real-world examples of existing community networks improving population health outcomes.
TAVHealth has 9+ years of experience building collaborative networks of community and health partners that solve SDoH to improve outcomes for at-risk and vulnerable populations. These networks have collectively solved nearly two million SDoH by completing over 25 million activities, generating health, quality, and financial outcomes.
About the Presenter:
Jamo Rubin, MD, Founder & CEO of TAVHealth, has been active in building organizations that solve important problems in health and healthcare. He founded and led Medical Present Value (now Experian Health) and PTRX, a consumer-oriented pharmacy benefit management company (now part of Optum). For the past 8 years, he has focused on solving healthcare's biggest unaddressed need - Social Determinants of Health.