gradient circle (purple) gradient circle (green)

Integrating Care: Addressing Social Needs Through the Transformative New York Health Equity

Integrating Care: Addressing Social Needs Through the Transformative New York Health Equity

Integrating Care_675

Description: The recently passed New York State Health Equity Reform 1115 Medicaid Waiver represents a transformation step towards addressing health disparities and advancing health equity. This in-depth session will delve into the legal framework of the waiver, its implication of healthcare delivery, and the integration social determinants of health—such as housing, nutrition, and transportation—into Medicaid programming, marking a historic shift in healthcare delivery and policy.

Join members of the NYSBA Health Law Section’s Public Health Committee as they delve into the implications of this NYS 1115 waiver on health care equity while networking with healthcare professionals in the New York City area.

Who should attend:

Healthcare attorneys, professionals, community leaders, advocates, healthcare providers and payers, and anyone interested in understanding the impact of the NYS 1115 waiver on healthcare equity within our communities.

A networking reception will immediately follow the presentation.

Registration: 

This event is in person only. It will not be recorded or livestreamed. 

This event is free for everyone. Preregistration is required. 

Those that do not wish to register online have the option of calling NYSBA's Member Resource Center directly at 1-800-582-2452 to register. 

Special thanks to Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health for hosting this event

Start Date:
  • May 7, 2024
Start Time:
  • 5:30 PM
End Time:
  • 8:30 PM
Region:
  • New York City
Address:
  • Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
    722 West 168th Street
    New York, NY 10032
Format:
  • In-Person
Product Code:
  • HLS5724
Section Member Price: Free
Non-Member Price: Free
Sponsoring Committee Group
  • Public Health Committee
  • Health Law Section
  • Young Lawyers Section