Discover How “Integrator” Entities Are Connecting Health and Community-Based Organizations to Advance Whole-Person Care at a New Manatt Webinar.
Nonmedical interventions, such as those related to stable housing, healthy food, economic security and interpersonal safety, affect health more than medical care, driving as much as 80% of population health outcomes. Effectively addressing these drivers of health (DOH) requires close coordination among health care providers, payers and community-based organizations—but the gap that often divides those worlds can be difficult to bridge. To meet the challenge of bridging the gap between health care and social services—and to otherwise support population health at the community level—a new role is emerging, with different types of entities serving as “integrators” to facilitate, coordinate and support whole-person care.
In a new webinar, Manatt and a multidisciplinary panel of innovators discuss the evolving integrator models now cropping up in states and localities around the country—and likely to expand in the coming months with the influx of funds from the American Rescue Plan. The program will:
- Present a range of creative approaches for organizing and supporting community-based organizations’ ability to partner effectively with the health system to address DOH
- Provide a common definition of what “integrator” organizations are and the role they can play in advancing initiatives to address DOH
- Share innovative initiatives to advance DOH interventions and drive scalable, sustainable change
- Look ahead to what’s on the horizon for integrators as we transition to a post-pandemic world
P.S. Did you miss our recent webinar, “Addressing Social Determinants to Improve Health”? Click here to view it free on demand.
Cindy Mann, Partner, Manatt Health
Susan McLaughlin, Executive Director, HealthierHere
Kathleen Noonan, CEO, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
Amanda Van Vleet, Associate Director, Innovation, North Carolina Medicaid, Department of Health and Human Services
Dr. Kara Walker, MPH, MSHS, Chief Population Health Officer, Nemours Children’s Health System Group
Date and Time
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
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