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Putting the Human in Health Care

Dec 7, 2022
2:00 pm EST
Presented by The Vitality Group
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About This Webinar

A recent study by The Commonwealth Fund found that housing-focused interventions improve clinical outcomes and yield ROI. Interventions centered on food security and transportation also proved effective. According to Tufts University, an annual net cost savings of approximately $13.6 billion could be achieved nationally by delivering medically tailored meals to people with chronic disease. All of this begs the question, can healthcare outcomes truly be improved without a corresponding focus on socioeconomic support? What are the key levers to pull? Who is responsible? This webinar will delve into these complex issues.

You’ll hear from Tanya Little, Chief Commercial Officer for Vitality Group and Dan Brillman, CEO of Unite Us to share strategies and interventions of what works and what doesn’t.

Attendees Will Learn About

  • The top barriers to health equity in a post-pandemic world
  • Leveraging data to reduce bias and improve equity
  • The innovative solutions that exist to move from a band-aid, single treatment approach to whole person care
  • The role of employers, plans, government and community


Tanya Little

Chief Commercial Officer

Vitality Group

In her role as Vitality’s Chief Commercial Officer, Tanya is responsible for developing new lines of business as Vitality deepens its offering and extends its platform and driving execution of go-to-market strategy. Additionally, she serves as an external face of the organization, speaking regularly at key market conferences and connecting with leading influencers. Previously a consultant for…

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Dan Brillman

Co-Founder and CEO

Unite Us

As CEO and Co-Founder of Unite Us, established in 2013, Dan is passionate about the critical role that technology and community infrastructure play in connecting health and social care to support communities and moving the needle towards value-based, person-centric care. Additionally, he recently led the Unite Us team through a $150 million Series C financing, increasing the company’s…

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