2022 Symposium on Social Determinants of Health

Better Together: Integrating the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) into Health Care

Friday, November 4th, 2022
Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa
1000 Tournament Players Club Blvd
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082

Over the past decade, the impact of social determinants on the health of individuals and the quality of life of communities has been established. Numerous studies suggest that SDOH account for 80% of health outcomes. In addition, zip codes are among the most potent predictors of life expectancy and well-being.

The challenge confronting us as providers, payors, and policy leaders is determining how to translate this knowledge into practice. This will require a data-driven transformation of health care and population health. However, while healthcare organizations and systems collect an infinite amount of data, current data does not monitor and address the holistic view of social determinants of health. In addition, while sources of SDOH information exist for public use, it is often not explicitly collected for use in the health care setting.

To improve health in the U.S., we’ve historically looked to the health care system as the driver of health outcomes. However, minimal attention has been paid to the social, economic, and environmental factors that strongly impact health outcomes and equity.

The C3S.ai 2022 Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Symposium will convene healthcare providers, social care providers, payors, and policy leaders to explore how to transform a multidisciplinary care system into a unified system of care to address social determinants of health.  

Designing a Transformed Health Care System

Achieving Real Value-based Health Care

8:00 to 8:45

Breakfast and Registration

8:55 to 9:00


Becky Zaccardi
Mintu Bachann, Sc. D.
Founder, Chief Innovation Officer, C3s.ai

9:15 to 9:25

Announcing a Call to Action for a Transformed VBHC System
LaShanda Cobbs, DNP
CEO, Preparedness & Emergency Response, OptumServe/UH

9:25 to 9:40

Confronting the Challenges of a Transformed VBHC System
Jeffrey Goldhagen, M.D., MPH
Professor of Pediatrics, UF College of Medicine

9:40 to 10:00

Envisioning a Transformed VBHC System: Engaging Medically Underserved Communities
Naya Lindsey, Dr. PH, MS
Director of Public Health, OptumServe

10:05 to 10:25

Responding to Holistic Care; A Community Building Approach
Ms. Karin Maney, Executive Director, Community Building Institute Institute

10:25 to 10:45

Responding Responding to Individual & Family Success; A SelfHelp Approach
Mr. Jeffrey Driver, Executive Director, SELF

10:45 to 11:15

Panel 1. Establishing the role of Payors in a Transformed VBHC System

Moderator: Ms. Michelle Steeghs, VP, GM, AIM Specialty Health

Panelists: Paul Sapia, Humana

John Montgomery, M.D., Humana

Deb Stewart, M.D., Florida Blue

LaShonda Cobb, Optum

11:15 to 12:15

Panel 2. Establishing Social Care Agencies in a Transformed VBHC System

Moderator: Ms. Karin Maney, Executive Director, Community Building Institute

Panelists: Laureen Husband, Feeding NE Florida
Dawn Gilman Changing Homelessness
Faye Johnson, Healthy Start Coalition
Betsy Dobbins, Center for Child Rights
Naya Lindsey, Optum
Emma Stewart, Florida Blue Blue

LaShonda Cobb, Optum

12:55 to 1:00


1:00 to 2:00

Panel 3. Prioritizing Providers in a Transformed VBHC System

Moderator: Rogers Cain, M.D., Northeast Florida Medical Society

Panelists: Ross Jones, M.D., UF Health
Robert Harmon, M.D., Duval County Medical Society
Jeffrey Goldhagen, M.D. Partnership for Child Health, UF
Mary Pat Corrigan, Sulzbacher
Kenyatta Lee, M.D., Family Medicine

2:00 to 3:00

Panel 4. Enabling Consumers in a Transformed VBHC System

Moderator: Mr. Jeffrey Diver, Executive Director, Selfhelp

Panelists: Chanda Jones, Bower Lyman Center for Medically Complex Children
Dennis Stone, Urban League
Ann-Marie Knight, UF Health
Dawn Ozanne, Florida Blue
Stephen Pitel, Medical Legal
Program, Jacksonville Area Legal Aid

3:00 to 4:00

Small Groups: Constructing the Architecture of a VBHC System

4:00 to 4:45


4:45 to 5:00

Concluding Remarks & Implementation
Jeffrey Goldhagen, M.D.
Mintu Bachann, Sc. D

It’s time to integrate social care and health care providers for a holistic approach to healthcare services and community health. If you are a social care or health care provider and would like to share potential strategies for integrating both for comprehensive population health, please reach out to discuss speaking opportunities.

Registration is closed for this Symposium.

The Time has Come to Partner for Health

Who Should Attend?

Healthcare Payors

Approximately 900 health insurance companies from commercial and managed care companies offer more than 67% private and 33% public health care. Therefore, these companies are interested in identifying and collecting SDOH data for population health.

Healthcare Providers

Health care providers include hospitals, doctors, nursing staff, clinics, nursing homes, medical practitioners, nutritionists and dieticians, and many more.



Social Care Providers

Social care providers are the cornerstones of our society. They include but are not limited to non-profit agencies providing food, housing, transportation, clothing, juvenile justice, mental health, head start programs, case workers, social care workers, program managers, and executive directors.