Massachusetts Medical Society: Social Determinants of Health - Improving Population Health Through Prevention Based Care

Social Determinants of Health - Improving Population Health Through Prevention Based Care

Module 1   (.75 credits  12:55 and 29:04 min)

“Welcome and Introduction”
James Gessner, MD
President
Massachusetts Medical Society

Steven Ringer, MD, PhD
Chair, Committee on Public Health
Massachusetts Medical Society

Harold Cox, Moderator
Associate Dean for Public Health Practice
Boston University School of Public Healthy

“Social Determinants of Health”
Thea James, MD
Vice President of mission and Associate Chief Medical Officer
Boston Medical Center


 
Module 2   (.5 credits  18.37 min)

“Social Determinants and Policy: Why Shifting the Care Paradigm is Good for Population Health and Health Care”
Lauren Taylor, MDiv. MPH
Co-Author, The American Health Care Paradox
Doctoral Student, Health Policy and Management
Harvard Business School


 
Module 3   (.25 credits  15.22 min)

“Social Determinants and Policy: Why Shifting the Care Paradigm is Good for Population Health and Health Care”
Rocco Perla, Ed.D
President
Health Leads


 
Module 4   (1 credit  56.09 min)

“Social Determinants in Practice: Incorporating Economic, Social and Physical Needs into Care panel discussion and Q & A”
James O’Connell, MD
President
Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program

Arvin Garg, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Boston University School of Medicine

Kathryn Brodowski, MD. MPH
Director of Public Health and Research
Greater Boston Food Bank


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