General Sessions

The New Wave of Population Health Management:

CBOs in the Forefront

Tuesday, March 27 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: Hilton San Francisco Union Square - Continental Ballroom (Tower 3, Ballroom Level)
CEU Credits: 1

While for many in the field of aging, population health is a concept we are just wrapping our arms around, for the leaders in this field, population health is moving into a whole new generation of analytics and tailored interventions.    Enhanced individual tracking of “impactable patient populations” that aggregates data upward and combines with historical claims to create predictive scenarios is driving the growing interest in population health solutions.  With these exciting developments comes the challenge of scaling this work in communities and the established aging network provides a unique infrastructure that could readily be deployed.  Hear from our experts, both on the research and operational sides of this discussion, about the opportunity in front of us to better serve America’s complex patients in a targeted, systematic and integrated approach to care.

Lance Robertson, MPA, Administrator and Assistant Secretary for Aging, Administration for Community Living

Connie Benton Wolfe, MA, President and CEO, Aging & In-Home Services of Northeast Indiana, Inc

Bob Blancato, MPA, President, Matz, Blancato & Associates

Malaz Boustani, MD, MPH, Professor of Aging Research, Chief Innovation and Implementation Science, Indiana Clinical Translation Science Institute, Indiana University School of Medicine


Ending Senior Poverty: Why We Can't Wait

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Wednesday, March 28 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: Hilton San Francisco Union Square - Continental Ballroom (Tower 3, Ballroom Level)
CEU Credits: 1
Sponsored by AARP Foundation

A Conversation with Lisa Marsh Ryerson, President, AARP Foundation.

Solving senior poverty is a moral imperative, which is made more urgent by the fact that we are living longer. This keynote and discussion will challenge leaders in aging to address senior poverty in new ways and examine how the interplay of social determinants has consequences for individuals, communities and society. The session will also look at innovative solutions with the potential to foster resilience and restore hope for millions of older adults. 

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