No Phone, No Food, No Pets: Tackling Social Determinants

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.

ModeratorTywanda Cox, Chief of Federal and State Health Policy, Oklahoma Health Care Authority


  • Michael Tillman, Consumer Advocate, Oklahoma Family Network
  • PDF-icon 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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