Sourcing and Utilizing SDOH Data for Whole Person Care

What do SDOH, health equity, and interoperability have in common?

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On-Demand Webinar

LexisNexis Risk Solutions, eHealth Initiative Foundation (eHI), and State healthcare leaders discuss the critical role of data-driven approaches in designing, implementing, and evaluating state healthcare programs.

Key points of discussion include:

  • How do different states source and utilize data for SDOH programs? 
  • Opportunities for data sharing and public-private collaboration to address vulnerable populations 
  • Data-driven approaches to monitor health equity for COVID-19 vaccinations and beyond


  • Dr. Chris Chen, Medical Medicaid Director, Washington State Health Care Authority
  • Stephanie Bennett, MPH, State Health IT Coordinator, Office of eHealth Innovation, State of Colorado
  • Gary Sing, Director of Delivery System Investment and Social Services Integration, MassHealth
  • Diana Zuskov, Director, Market Planning/Strategy, Government Healthcare & Public Health, Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions
  • Jen Covich Bordenick, Chief Executive Officer, eHI
Sourcing and Utilizing SDOH Data for Whole Person Care

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