Using Data for Good: Addressing Social Determinants & Health Equity

Date & Time

12 days ago

Neighborhood

Midtown

Description

Over the past few years, the terms “social determinants of health” and “health equity” have begun to permeate conversations among health professionals, both in NYC and around the country. Companies are being formed and funded to address the disparities in health access and outcomes. Much of the promise depends on the acquisition and analysis of data to uncover problems, inform practices and ultimately help the individuals and communities most in need. We will explore how various stakeholders are using data to drive change, the types of data that are most valuable, and the impact of transparency and privacy.

Speakers: Christopher (Chris) Boone, PhD, FACHEVice President, Global Real-World Evidence Center of Excellence, Patient & Health ImpactPfizer Catherine CzarneckiExecutive Director, Clinical Transformations & Partnerships Aetna Aletha Maybank, MD, MPHDeputy Commissioner Director, Center for Health EquityNYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Christopher NeunerChief Revenue OfficerPulsePoint

Sponsors: PulsePoint

tags: socialjustice, health, data, impact, panel