Social determinants of health (SDOH) are the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work, and age. While SDOH was once largely a topic for academics, analysts, and legislators, health care organizations recognize their impact on outcomes. Having realized the importance of social metrics of health, payer organizations are addressing SDOH to provide high-quality, low-cost health care to their members. To achieve success in the health care landscape, social needs must be managed in an intelligent and virtual way.
This webinar will explore the relationship between effectively addressing patients’ health-related social needs and achieving quality improvement goals through virtual delivery of post-acute services. Our experts will provide a systematic analysis of key social determinants of health and how to recognize patterns in health management data that signal unmet social needs and drive costs.
Vice President, Data & Technology
Jon Terenzetti is the Vice President of Data & Technology Transformation at CareCentrix. In his role, Jon oversees the team responsible for identifying, assessing, and developing next-generation data, analytics, and technology assets that assist in the delivery of higher-quality healthcare. Throughout his time at CareCentrix, Jon has managed key partnerships and capability buildouts with machine learning and artificial intelligence partners that help deliver better health outcomes to more than 25 million lives under management. Prior to CareCentrix, Jon spent years working at CVS Health, overseeing a range of initiatives.
General Manager, Home Services
Melissa Carr brings more than 15 years of experience in healthcare leadership to CareCentrix. Melissa comes to CareCentrix from Express Scripts, formerly Medco Health Solutions, where she was the GM for Member Experience and Home Delivery, responsible for patient and provider digital strategies and the multi-billion dollar home delivery pharmacy. Previously, Melissa was an actuarial analyst at United Healthcare.
Ashish V. Shah
Co-Founder and CEO, Dina
(Formally Prepared Health)
The Dina team is led by healthcare technology veteran Ashish V. Shah. Ashish is passionate about empowering home and family caregivers with the tools they need to help people age in place. Ashish previously served as Chief Technology Officer at Medicity, the market leader for vendor-neutral Health Information Exchange solutions. Under his leadership, Medicity outlined a market-leading product roadmap, influenced fast-changing government regulations, and delivered on a progressive technical vision. The end result was a profitable and highly scalable healthcare network with over 1,000 hospitals and 250,000 physicians sharing over 2 billion health records annually.
Co-Founder, Owned Outcomes