- Solutions to the Social Health Crisis and Why It Matters
October 2, 2018
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
It is a well-documented fact that 80% of our nation’s health has nothing to do with the healthcare system. Yet the remaining 20% accounts for much of our nation’s spending, policy and debate. Are there ways in which the 20% can offer solutions that will productively shift investment and focus to the 80% — education, housing, criminal justice, food insecurity? Is it time to move from a fragmented industry to look at our communities from a true social health perspective? A Town Hall Los Angeles forum in partnership with the Martin Luther King Community Health Foundation Advocates. Register early!
– Dr. Jorge Reyno, MD, MHA, and Vice President of Population Health, Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital
– Dr. Robert K. Ross, President & Chief Executive Officer, The California Endowment
– Ian Morrison, Healthcare Futurist
– Dyan Sublett, President, MLK Community Health Foundation
– John E. Kobara, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, California Community Foundation
Business casual is acceptable. No jeans nor tennis shoes.
$8 underground valet parking with 3 hour validation.
Venue: City Club Los Angeles