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September 15-18, 2020
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Session handouts will be available to registered attendees Tuesday, August 18, 2020 through Wednesday, August 18, 2021.
Wednesday, August 26, 2020
Thursday, August 27, 2020
Dexter Shurney, MD SpeakerChief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President, ZipongoPresident, American College of Lifestyle MedicineChesterfield, MO
Social determinants of health (SDOH) are the conditions in which a person lives, works and plays. Research shows that these factors play a significant role in the health risks and outcomes of all people. In this session, we will explore the broader impact of SDOH on a population and discuss the impact of social conditions on plan members, employees and their families.
Topics for this live Zoom session will include:
This session is worth 1 credit toward CEBS compliance.
Regina Davis Moss, Ph.D., MPH, MCHES SpeakerAssociate Executive DirectorAmerican Public Health AssociationWashington, D.C.
This session will explore the connections between racism, equity and health. It will demonstrate the ways in which racism is a public health issue and offer solutions that are taking place in our health care systems and our communities to address this systemic issue.
Topic areas for this live Zoom session will include:
Reyna Gilmore, MD Co-SpeakerPsychiatristCincinnati, OH
Rikkisha Gilmore-Byrd, DrPH Co-SpeakerDean, Rasmussen CollegeVice President, National Organization for Human ServicesIndialantic, FL
What would our health plans and wellness programs look like if they optimized the health and well-being of every single member? And what is the cost when they do not? This session seeks to answer these questions through the lens of health equity and understanding where and how inequalities and health disparities remain barriers.