The NYS DSRIP program will be hosting a Population Health Symposium on November 18th and 19th in Manhattan, NYC. The purpose of the event is to provide a platform for organizations across the continuum of care to share their perspectives and insight on addressing the social determinants of health.
Nationally recognized leaders at the intersection of population health and healthcare delivery, Sandro Galea, Rebecca Onie, and Rocco Perla to keynote:
- Sandro Galea, MD, MPH, DrPH: Physician, epidemiologist, and author, and Dean and Robert A. Knox Professor, Boston University School of Public Health. Galea previously held academic and leadership positions at Columbia University, the University of Michigan, and the New York Academy of Medicine. He has published more than 800 scientific journal articles, 50 chapters, and 15 books. His latest book is “Well: What We Need to Talk About When We Talk About Health”; Arianna Huffington has called it “A deeply affecting work from one of the important and innovative voices in American health and medicine”.
- Rebecca Onie, JD: Founding Partner, The Health Initiative. As co-founder of Health Leads, Onie, is a nationally recognized leader in the intersection of social determinants, population health, and health care delivery. A MacArthur “Genius” awardee, Onie is a member of the National Academy of Medicine and an Aspen Institute Health Innovators Fellow. She has received the APHA Avedis Donabedian Quality Award; Network for Excellence in Health Innovation “Innovator in Health” Award; Robert Wood Johnson Young Leader Award; and Forbes’ Impact 30 Award for leading social entrepreneurs.
- Rocco Perla: Founding Partner, The Health Initiative. Perla most recently served as President of Health Leads. Previously, he directed the Learning and Diffusion Group at the CMS Innovation Center, where he established the national learning system to test new delivery and payment models through the Affordable Care Act. He received the 2014 Impact Article of the Year Award from the National Association for Health Care Quality, the 2015 Federal Executive Board Award for Outstanding Creativity and Innovation and, in 2016, the Deming Medal by the American Society for Quality.