The annual event will take place March 15-17, 2020 at the Omni Nashville Hotel and will feature cross-sectional collaboration as thought leaders discuss actionable, tactical, and scalable solutions to social determinants of health (SDoH). Virtual attendance option is also available for those unable to travel.

NASHVILLE—RISE is excited to announce that the final agenda for The RISE National Summit on Social Determinants of Health is now available.

The summit is designed for professionals involved with community-based organizations (CBOs), payers, hospitals / health systems, funders, manufacturers, and government entities coming together to operationalize and achieve sustainability in SDoH programs.

This year’s event takes place March 15-17, 2020 at the Omni Nashville Hotel, but a virtual attendance option is available for those unable to travel to Nashville. The summit includes pre-conference workshops on Sunday, March 15 that focus on CBO readiness, speaking the same language and development of SDoH roadmaps, and an invitation-only Executive Think Tank convening executives in the SDoH space. The main conference features two full days of presentations, panel discussions, and case examples that offer lessons and best practices to launch SDoH initiatives.

 “At RISE, our mission is to enable cross-sector collaboration by bringing stakeholders across the ecosystem together in an open and non-competitive environment to drive social good,” said Marina Adamsky, executive director, production, at RISE.

Conference highlights include a panel discussion on how to develop and maintain cross-sector partnerships; a keynote fireside chat with an official from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services; and a discussion on health equity, policy, and public health intersecting with the private sector. 

“I am most excited about our lineup of speakers representing various constituents across the health care ecosystem, a stellar program focused on cross-sector collaboration with other themes in emerging technologies, use of data, funding and financing, as well as sessions aimed at providing attendees with a roadmap to operationalize and scale SDoH initiatives,” said Adamsky. “The ideas, insights shared, and connections made at this summit have the power to transform the health care industry and drive outcomes for the most vulnerable populations.”

For more information on The RISE National Summit on Social Determinants of Health and to download the complete agenda, click here.