Join Congresswoman Brenda L. Lawrence, representing Michigan's 14th District, as she leads a discussion on constricted access to social services with Detroit healthcare leaders.
Co-hosted by CareAdvisors and the National Association of Health Services Executives Public Policy Committee (Detroit Chapter), the virtual event will be held from 1-2 p.m. (EST), Thursday, April 22, and will feature an esteemed panel that includes: Denise Brooks-Williams, Senior Vice President and CEO of North Market at Henry Ford Health System; Anthony King, FACHE, MHSA, CEO of The Wellness Plan Medical Centers; Audrey E. Smith, MPH, President, National Association of Health Services Executives, Detroit Chapter, and COO, Family Medical Center of Michigan; and Dr. Alexis Travis, Senior Deputy Director, Aging and Adult Services at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
The panelists will discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on population health in Detroit and its surrounding communities and the status of legislation that will improve social determinants of health.
Space is limited. Early registration is recommended.
Thursday April 22, 2021,
starting at 1:00 PM EDT
Assessing the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on population health in Detroit
Sharing results of our clinical social worker survey on barriers to rapid enrollment of vulnerable populations into social services
Congressman Brenda L. Lawrence
Representing Michigan's 14th District
Senior Vice President and CEO of North Market, Henry Ford Health System
Anthony V. King, FACHE, MHSA
CEO of The Wellness Plan Medical Centers
Audrey E. Smith, MPH
President, National Association of Health Services Executives, Detroit Chapter COO, Family Medical Center of Michigan
Dr. Alexis Travis
Senior Deputy Director, Aging and Adult Services at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Karen Bouffard (Moderator)
Health Care Reporter at the Detroit News
Check your email for a confirmation and link to attend the live session.