Joel is the President and Founder of CODE and an internationally recognized expert on open data. His book “Open Data Now” (McGraw-Hill), written for a general audience, is considered a benchmark publication that helped define this emerging field. Before launching CODE in January 2015, he conceptualized and led the development team for the GovLab’s Open Data 500 project, the first thorough study of the use of open government data by the private sector. Joel’s background includes government, journalism, nonprofit leadership, and consumer issues. He served as Chair of the White House Task Force on Smart Disclosure, which studied how open government data can improve consumer markets, and as Chief of the Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission.
Director, SDOH, Member Outreach & Community Development - Optima Health
With over 18 years of healthcare experience, Chantel’s journey has afforded her professional acumen in long-term care, critical care nursing, ambulatory clinical operations, nursing education within an Accountable Care Organization (ACO), and Managed Care Organization experience with a focus on quality. She is dually board certified in Family Nursing Practice and Gerontologic Nursing through the American Nurses Credential Center, which has shaped her expertise in clinical, nonclinical, and leadership roles.
As Vice President of Advanced Analytics, Pravin leads ZeOmega’s advanced analytics team, working on new and existing AI solutions and social determinants of health (SDOH) solutions with a goal of creating best-in-class software products.
Pravin is an experienced executive leader with a demonstrated history of successfully working in the hospital & health plan industry for over 20 years. He is deeply proficient in team building, leadership, innovation, artificial intelligence, big data, predictive analytics, and population health management.
Karen Iapoce, Senior Director of Government Solutions at ZeOmega, has 30+ years’ experience in strategic healthcare. Over the years, her titles have ranged from RN to Senior VP of Clinical Operations and Director of Government Solutions. Karen is a clinical leader, trainer, and liaison experienced in driving innovations in quality, products, metrics, revenue, and cost. She has expertise in Medicaid, Medicare, Social Determinants of Health, and federal/state regulations and their application within payer/provider environments.
In this webinar, we will examine SDOH complexities — non-medical factors affecting a person’s overall health and health outcomes — and suggest recommendations for improving SDOH data integration into the payer, provider, and healthcare system.
Learn to identify health equity barriers and assign workflows that improve disparity. The incorporation of non-clinical support such as education, income, housing, transportation, food, and the environment can improve health when applied on an appropriate scale.