Tuesday, October 24th
States, health plans, and provider organizations are ratcheting up efforts to address social determinants of health to improve outcomes and lower costs. Behavioral health and long-term services and support delivery systems also address social needs, emphasizing person-centered approaches to help individuals identify goals, select services, and measure outcomes. At this panel discussion, a consumer and two officials discuss their respective experiences in helping individuals with chronic conditions obtain housing, healthy food, and employment.
Moderator: Tywanda Cox, Chief of Federal and State Health Policy, Oklahoma Health Care Authority
- Michael Tillman, Consumer Advocate, Oklahoma Family Network
- Laura Zaichkin, Acting Chief Policy Officer, Washington State Health Care Authority
- Judith Cash, Acting Director of the State Demonstrations, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services
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