Social needs in healthcare: Turning evidence into practice

In person

Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown 9 am -12 pm ET

Care management & redesign Strengthening ecosystems of care

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Join us for a research-to-practice symposium in Pittsburgh.

Housing and food insecurity, lack of employment and transportation, social isolation — factors outside the health care system — drive so much of people’s health. In recognition, healthcare entities and policymakers are prioritizing investments and putting staff time and energy towards addressing patients’ social needs. But what is the best way to do this? What does the evidence say about what works and what doesn’t?

This three-hour symposium will feature national complex care experts, including clinical leaders, policymakers, researchers, community-based organizations, and advocates. They will share what they are seeing on the ground, what research is showing us about the most effective strategies for addressing social needs in healthcare, and how they are translating evidence into practice.

Cost: $250 per person

Date: October 16, 2024

Time: 9 am -12 pm ET

Location: Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown, 600 Commonwealth Place, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

CEUs are available for this event.  Registration is limited.


This is a pre-conference offering for Putting Care at the Center 2024. To register only for this event, click the link below. To register for the full conference, click here.

New this year!

Can’t attend the full Putting Care at the Center 2024 conference? Take advantage of the One-day pass, a new addition to this year’s conference experience.

The One-day pass is priced at $450, and includes:

  • One pre-conference session
  • Wednesday only conference content
  • Welcome reception

To register for the One-day pass, click the One-day pass option in the link below. If you have any questions, please contact Carly Moore at [email protected]