Building Social Determinants of Health Community Partnerships


January 25-27, 2021 | Virtual Conference
#SDOHIEN

What to Expect at the Virtual Conference


Easy Conference Access


You can attend the event on your desktop or laptop computer, or on your smartphone or tablet by using our special app. Our technical support team will be available both before, to ensure you are set up, and throughout the conference to guarantee a seamless experience.

Networking Opportunities


The conference agenda specifically builds in time each day for you to see and get to know your fellow attendees—including meet & greet networking breakout “rooms,” roundtable discussion groups, and even a “happy hour” reception. Our phone app makes networking easier than ever, as it provides you with a list of all the attendees (name, title and company) and the ability to link with them in the app and exchange direct text messages.

On Demand Access


Since you will receive a recording of each session following the event, you now have the option at your convenience to review presentations or to study any segments you may have missed.

What to Expect from the Agenda


  • Get the concrete tools and strategies you need to create or to boost the effectiveness of an SDOH partnership in a structured learning format
  • Team up in Learning Cohorts with other participants who have similar goals, to deepen your learning and form alliances that can last for years
  • Hear about models you can emulate, tools you can leverage, and checklists you can put to use when you return to your organization
  • Learn from a speaking faculty of experts from a wide range of organizations from all over the country
  • Gain a new perspective on strategies you can use to build on the work that has already been done to address social needs

This unique event has been designed to provide a workshop-like learning environment for creating SDOH partnerships or optimizing existing coalitions. Participants will form Learning Cohorts with other attendees interested in addressing similar social needs, and these cohorts will meet following each key segment of the program. In this way, participants will compare notes and insights with others of similar interests, facilitating the development of ideas and creating alliances that can provide support beyond the event.

Panel-discussion sessions on crucial topics will feature a maximum number of perspectives over the two days, while individual presenters will spotlight specific strategies for success and case studies.

"This forum allowed me to gain much community knowledge and gave me the opportunity to connect with different organizations to get our members' social needs addressed."
Monique B., Centene
"Really impressed with attendees and speakers at this conference."
Alvia S., Advocate Aurora Health
"Relevant content presented by people who do the work. Easy to navigate."
Steven R., FEI
"Great discussion and topics."
Nhuy N., Florida Blue
"Very much a needed topic for discussion and action."
Mark C., Theda Care

Who will attend?


  • HEALTH PLANS (MEDICAID, MEDICARE, COMMERCIAL)
    Chief Medical Officers, leadership and senior managers with responsibilities in:
  • Care/Case Management
  • Population Health
  • Medicaid/Medicare
  • Community Health
  • Quality Improvement
  • Health & Wellness
  • Strategic Initiatives and Policy
  • Complex Populations
  • Complex Populations
  • State and Federal Affairs/Relations
  • Policy and Government Affairs
  • Reimbursement
  • Long Term Care/LTSS
  • Government Programs
  • Disability Policy
  • Behavioral Health
  • Member Services
  • Care Coordination
  • ADVOCACY GROUPS - GOVERNMENT
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Housing
  • Community Support
  • COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS
  • CEO, CFO
  • President
  • Program Directors
  • Policy Advisors
  • Outreach/Engagement
  • HEALTH SYSTEM, HOSPITAL, & PROVIDER GROUP PRACTICE
    Chief Medical Officers, Chief Clinical Officers, Chief Nursing Officers, Chief Population Health Officers, senior leadership and management with responsibilities in:
  • Government and Federal Relations/ Affairs
  • Medicaid/Medicare
  • Policy
  • Community Health/Outreach
  • Strategic Initiatives and Policy
  • Long Term Care/LTSS
  • Government and State Programs
  • Care Coordination
  • Behavioral Health
  • Medical Services
  • Population Health
  • Case Management
  • Pediatrics
  • Women’s Health

What's Different about IEN Healthcare Conferences?

Enjoy a relevant agenda

We work closely with your industry peers to develop our conference themes and session topics.

Engage in learning from fellow practitioners

Sessions are led by experts in similar organizations to yours. Walk away with connections and practical insight gleaned from numerous networking opportunities.

Expect no “funny business”

Your time is valuable, and we prioritize honesty and quality over “flash sales” or trickery. We work to create straight-forward value and fair pricing.

Have confidence in our experience

Our Conference Directors have decades of experience developing highly-rated programs in your field.
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