Integrating Health and Social Care: Consensus Study Implications for the Eldercare Workforce

Start time
1:00 PM Pacific
End time
2:00 PM Pacific

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Includes Complimentary CEs

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This session will describe results of a national consensus study from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine on integrating health and social care, focusing on recommendations relevant to services for older adults and family caregivers. Presenters will discuss the report's implications for social workers and other social needs care providers, and will explore strategies to implement the recommendations on behalf of older adults and their families.

Participants in this web seminar will be able to:

  • Describe the purpose of the consensus study from the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine entitled Integrating Social Needs Care and the Delivery of Health Care.
  • Describe the study in context of various initiatives across the nation that are improving health and well-being of older adults and family caregivers by making health care delivery more responsive to social needs.
  • Identify key report recommendations and opportunities for action, particularly for social workers and other social needs care providers.

Presenters

Bonnie Ewald MA Associate Director Rush University Medical Center

Robyn Golden LCSW Associate Vice President of Population Health and Aging Rush University Medical Center

Chris Herman MSW, LICSW Senior Practice Associate - Aging National Association of Social Workers