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February 27, 2018
9:30AM-3:00PM

Addressing the Social Drivers of Healthy Aging

Policy options to improve health and impact spending growth

The Conference Center at OCLC, 6600 Kilgour Place, Dublin, OH 43017

Addressing the Social Drivers of Healthy Aging

Policy options to improve health and impact spending growth

As Ohio’s population continues to age, policymakers are faced with unique challenges. This forum, a follow-up to a popular 2016 HPIO forum, will explore the aging policy landscape, supports for healthy aging, public and private payment models and social determinants of health for aging populations.  LeadingAge Ohio is proud to be a sponsor of the Forum.

Date:

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Time:

9:30 am to 3:00 pm
(Registration begins at 9:00 am)

Location:

The Conference Center at OCLC
6600 Kilgour Place
Dublin, OH  43017

Cost:

The forum general attendance fee is $65. For additional fee options, please see the registration page. 

 

Speakers Include:

• Robert Applebaum, Scripps Gerontology Center, Miami University
• Barbara Sears, Director of Ohio Department of Medicaid
• Beverly Laubert, Acting Director of Ohio Department of Aging
• Glennon Sweeney, Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity
• Zach Kenitzer, Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity
• Angelica Herrera-Venson, National Council on Aging
• Anne Montgomery, Altarum
• Jean Accius, AARP Public Policy Institute
• Josephine Kalipeni, Caring Across Generations

Featuring a panel discussion on Ohio’s age-friendly communities:
• Mary McNamara, Cleveland Department of Aging (Cleveland)
• Katie White, The Ohio State University College of Social Work (Columbus)
• Ann Whelpton (Oxford)

Additional Information and How to Register

For additional information regarding the 2018 Forum, including continuing education information and registration details, click here.

Registration closes Friday February 23, 2018.  

Questions?  Contact Alana Clark-Kirk, Health Policy Institute of Ohio at 614-545-0755 or aclarkkirk@healthpolicyohio.org

 

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2018-02-27 09:30:00 2018-02-27 15:00:00 America/Detroit Addressing the Social Drivers of Healthy Aging Addressing the Social Drivers of Healthy Aging Policy options to improve health and impact spending growth As Ohio’s population continues to age, policymakers are faced with unique challenges. This forum, a follow-up to a popular 2016 HPIO forum, will explore the aging policy landscape, supports for healthy aging, public and private payment models and social determinants of health for aging populations.  LeadingAge Ohio is proud to be a sponsor of the Forum. Date: Tuesday, February 27, 2018 Time: 9:30 am to 3:00 pm(Registration begins at 9:00 am) Location: The Conference Center at OCLC6600 Kilgour PlaceDublin, OH  43017 Cost: The forum general attendance fee is $65. For additional fee options, please see the registration page.    Speakers Include: • Robert Applebaum, Scripps Gerontology Center, Miami University• Barbara Sears, Director of Ohio Department of Medicaid• Beverly Laubert, Acting Director of Ohio Department of Aging• Glennon Sweeney, Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity• Zach Kenitzer, Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity• Angelica Herrera-Venson, National Council on Aging• Anne Montgomery, Altarum• Jean Accius, AARP Public Policy Institute• Josephine Kalipeni, Caring Across GenerationsFeaturing a panel discussion on Ohio’s age-friendly communities:• Mary McNamara, Cleveland Department of Aging (Cleveland)• Katie White, The Ohio State University College of Social Work (Columbus)• Ann Whelpton (Oxford) Additional Information and How to Register For additional information regarding the 2018 Forum, including continuing education information and registration details, click here. Registration closes Friday February 23, 2018.   Questions?  Contact Alana Clark-Kirk, Health Policy Institute of Ohio at 614-545-0755 or aclarkkirk@healthpolicyohio.org   The Conference Center at OCLC, 6600 Kilgour Place, Dublin, OH 43017
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