The RISE Summit on Social Determinants of Health 

The Premier Meeting for Professionals in the Social Determinants of Health Space Driving Change in the Transition to Value-Based Care


The RISE Summit on Social Determinants of Health is the place for cross-sectional thought leaders to discuss actionable, tactical, and scalable solutions to social determinants of health (SDoH) challenges and achieve better outcomes for the most vulnerable populations. 

2020's conference focused on four key themes: Cross-Sector Collaboration and Making Connections, Use of Data and Emerging Technologies, Funding and Reimbursement for SDoH Initiatives, and Insights into Policy and Legislature and the intersection of the Public / Private sector. 

We look forward to convening in 2021 and continuing to forge relationships among cross-sector partners to drive effective collaboration to solve for SDoH. 

Stay tuned for updates on 2021's event! 

Who Should Attend

 Medicaid, Medicare and Commercial Health Plans 
Chief Medical Officers and Chief Clinical Officers from Medicaid, Medicare and Commercial Health Plans, as well as mid- to senior-level professionals with responsibilities in Care/Case Management, Population Health, Quality Improvement, Health & Wellness and Complex Populations. 

Health Systems, Hospitals and Provider Group Practices 
Chief Medical Officers, Chief Clinical Officers, Chief Nursing Officers and Chief Population Health Officers from Health Care Providers, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), Physician Groups, Clinically Integrated Networks, Independent Practice Associations (IPAs), and Hospital Systems, as well as senior-level professionals working in Policy, Government & Federal Realtions/Affairs, Community Outreach & Programs, Strategic Initiatives and Care Coordination. 

Government, Community-Based Organizations and Advocacy Groups 
State and Federal employees acting as State Medicaid Directors, Program Directors and Policy Advisors working in Compliance, Analytics, Health Services and Payment Reform. CEO's, CFO's from Community Based Organizations and Advocacy groups, as well as those working as Program Directors and Policy Advisors. In addition, professionals from CBO's and Advocacy Groups with job function in Outreach & Engagement, Health Services, and Lobbying. 

Foundations, Investors & Funding Groups
Professionals from health care foundations, payer foundations, health system foundations, health conversion foundations, investors, and funding groups that are looking for networking opportunities and have an interest in hearing about the latest industry innovations 

Pharma Organizations 
Medical team, advocacy types, population health directors, and the like that have a need to collaborate with payers in SDoH initiatives 

Top Reasons to Attend

Attendees of 2020's event were able to...

  • Join the broadest group of cross-sectional leaders pioneering SDoH programs: Align, build and maintain community partnerships
  • Hear insights from 50+ changemakers in the SDoH arena: what’s worked, what hasn’t, and ultimately discuss how we can all row in the same direction to create real impact
  • Build a business case: Define value, set metrics, measure outcomes and get internal buy-in for SDoH initiatives
  • Overcome structural barriers: Understand and overcome the structural barriers (legal, contracting, data systems, terminology and funding) that serve as a roadblock for crosssector collaboration
  • Learn from exclusive case examples only at RISE: Discover lessons learned and challenges to implementing SDoH programs on loneliness, housing, food insecurity, peer recovery, engaging immigration / refugee populations, and homelessness, and instill learnings within your own programs
  • Use data effectively: Gain the tactical knowhow to drive a data-driven SDoH strategy within your organization
  • Achieve sustainability: Examine creative financing systems to sustain and enable SDoH interventions long-term
  • Engineer your pathway to successful outcomes: Build the framework for a successful SDoH pilot from A to Z
  • Create sustainable partnerships using existing resources: Tap into already established systems, infrastructure and achieve cost savings across the board