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For older adults, social determinants significantly impact their health, well-being, and their ability to live independently.
Join us for an interactive discussion with industry leaders from the Institute on Aging and Uber Health to learn about their initiatives to support Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) for older adults.
Social Determinants of Health are social, economic, and environmental conditions that help older adults maintain their health and well-being. These factors include things such as nutrition, social connectedness, reliable transportation and access to health care services.
Presented by Aging2.0 San Francisco and Aging2.0 Palo Alto Chapters.
Institute on Aging
Vice President of Home Care and Support Services
Mary Griffin, RN, MPH, is Vice President of Home Care and Support Services at Institute on Aging (IOA) in San Francisco. She has over 30 years of experience in nursing, senior care, and home health. She has held positions with national home care companies where she has had numerous leadership roles in operations, marketing, and business development. Prior to joining IOA in February 2019, Mary was president and co-founder of A Better Living Home Care, a California based private duty home care provider. She has lectured extensively to medical foundations, health care associations, and insurance companies on cost and care-effective patient post-discharge follow-up solutions.
At Uber Health, Ms. Dutta leads strategic partnerships for healthcare clients. She brings deep experience in the health insurance and health-tech industries via UnitedHealth Group, Oscar Health, Kaiser Permanente and others to Uber, where she is focused on removing transportation as a barrier to care. She's passionate about serving the country's Medicare and Medicaid populations and improving whole-person care with emphasis on social determinants of health.
Aging2.0 San Francisco Chapter
Aging2.0 Palo Alto Chapter
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