For over 50 years, Public Health workers have known that the Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) account for over 80% of our health and longevity. As the American healthcare system begins its earnest migration from fee-for-service to value-based care, healthcare executives have taken notice of the SDoH. They understand that unless the American healthcare system begins to address these factors, they cannot predictably take affordable and optimal care for the populations they serve. This realization is a game-changer–one that not only changes the mission of the healthcare organization in the community, but fundamentally changes the roles and responsibilities of its workforce. In this talk, the audience will learn about SDoH, how leading innovators are addressing them, and the future roles of HIM professionals.
1.0 CEU – Evolving Topics
Kip Webb, MD, MPH
Dr. Kip Webb has almost 40 years of healthcare experience, first as an academic pediatrician and later as a healthcare management consultant. In this latter capacity, Dr. Webb held a variety of leadership roles at Accenture, first as the Global Lead of its Clinical Transformation practice, then as the Healthcare Provider Lead for North America, and ultimately serving as its Chief Clinical Innovation Officer. Since retiring from Accenture in 2019, Dr. Webb has joined the faculty of the University of California at Berkeley, teaching in the Haas Business School and the School of Public Health.