Hosted by: California Telehealth Resource Center
Value-Based Pay efforts are increasingly acknowledging the importance of patient social complexity in addition to traditional focus on clinical complexity and utilization. This webinar will discuss how social determinants of health screening and action by providers are being measured and tied in to payer and health system approaches in order to drive equity and sustainability in their programs.
Ned Mossman, MPH – Director, Social and Community Health at OCHIN, Inc
Ned Mossman has spent over 20 years at the intersection of healthcare, research, and IT. In 2014 he joined OCHIN, a nationwide nonprofit health innovation network serving Community Health Centers and Critical Access Hospitals. In his current role he oversees OCHIN’s nationally recognized initiatives around increasing collective understanding of social needs assessment, cross-sector collaboration, health equity, and value-based care. He also plays an active role in a number of national stakeholder groups focused on bridging healthcare and social needs, including the HL7 Gravity Project, where he Co-Chairs the Strategic Advisory Committee. Since 2018, he has served on the Board of Directors of 211info, a nonprofit that helps people identify and navigate social service programs in their communities to address needs such as housing, hunger, childcare, and transportation. Mr. Mossman received a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from Oregon Health & Science University in 2002.
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