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March 15-17, 2020
Omni Nashville Hotel  |  Nashville


The National Summit on Social Determinants of Health

Connect with Cross-Functional Stakeholders

Moving Beyond Buzz Words 

As social determinants of health (SDoH) dominate health care news in research, RISE addresses these factors on a micro-level and dives into how to successfully create and implement initiatives that impact member and patient health outcomes. And as a result, drive a return on investment once SDoH projects are launched. 

At our Spring 2019 event, attendees heard the early wins and successes of collaborative projects across the country, lessons learned from contracting with partners, evaluating programs, securing funding for projects, and designing intervention projects for sustainability. They also learned how to tap into resources and replicate projects that can be tailored to your specific community or population served without reinventing a costly wheel.

We look forward to convening in Nashville in March to continue forging relationships among cross-sector partners to drive effective collaboration to solve for SDoH. New this year - virtual attendance for those who are unable to travel to Nashville for the conference. 

Who Should Attend

Medicaid, Medicare and Commercial Health Plans
Chief Medical Officers and Chief Clinical Officers from Medicaid, Medicare and Commercial Health Plans, as well as mid- to senior-level professionals with responsibilities in Care/Case Management, Population Health, Quality Improvement, Health & Wellness and Complex Populations.

Health Systems, Hospitals and Provider Group Practices
Chief Medical Officers, Chief Clinical Officers, Chief Nursing Officers and Chief Population Health Officers from Health Care Providers, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), Physician Groups, Clinically Integrated Networks, Independent Practice Associations (IPAs), and Hospital Systems, as well as senior-level professionals working in Policy, Government & Federal Realtions/Affairs, Community Outreach & Programs, Strategic Initiatives and Care Coordination.

Government, Community-Based Organizations and Advocacy Groups
State and Federal employees acting as State Medicaid Directors, Program Directors and Policy Advisors working in Compliance, Analytics, Health Services and Payment Reform. CEO's, CFO's from Community Based Organizations and Advocacy groups, as well as those working as Program Directors and Policy Advisors. In addition, professionals from CBO's and Advocacy Groups with job function in Outreach & Engagement, Health Services, and Lobbying.


Foundations, Investors & Funding Groups
Professionals from health care foundations, payer foundations, health system foundations, health conversion foundations, investors, and funding groups that are looking for networking opportunities and have an interest in hearing about the latest industry innovations 


Pharma Organizations
Medical team, advocacy types, population health directors, and the like that have a need to collaborate with payers in SDoH initiatives


Top Reasons to Attend

Bullet PointLearn how to contract and partner with cross-sector organizations to achieve social need and health equity goals

Bullet PointGet shared lessons and best practices from various case studies of implemented projects and programs

Bullet PointUnderstand how to gather data on community needs to develop impactful, cost-effective programs

Bullet PointLearn how to ensure long-term funding for SDoH initiatives

Bullet PointDiscover how investments in small projects affect population health and ROI

Bullet PointGet your tool-kit for leading SDoH strategies across siloed organizations

Bullet PointUnderstand how to undergo a community evaluation and utilize data to design a SDoH road map

Bullet PointGet the inside scoop of a payer, service provider, and investor partnership to learn how to reduce funding risks