Event Format



Wed, Aug 11, 2021, 12:00 PM – Wed, Aug 11, 2021, 01:30 PM





Event Host

Contact Information

Kristin Oliver


Wednesday, August 11, 2021 
1 - 2:30 p.m. Eastern; 12 - 1:30 p.m. Central; 10 - 11:30 a.m. Pacific  

Partnerships in an Evolving Health Care Landscape   

Bridging the Sectors: Integrating Health and Social Care webinar series 

Health care delivery continues to transform with new payment and care models that aim to improve health outcomes for patients and families. To better care for individuals with complex medical and social needs using these models, health systems and community-based organizations services are becoming more integrated and increasing access to additional support services. This webinar will provide insights into new models of care delivery and payment, and the measurement of success. Speakers will discuss how hospitals and community-based organizations can work together to ensure better value and health outcomes to individuals seeking care.  


  • James Dom Dera, M.D., Family Medicine Physician and Patient-Centered Medical Home Medical Director for NewHealth Collaborative, Summa Health 

  • Anna Spencer, MPH, Senior Program Officer, Center for Health Care Strategies 

  • Patty Kosednar, PMP, CPHIMS, Senior Account Manager, Mountain-Pacific Quality Health 



  • Nancy Myers, Vice President, Leadership and System Innovation, American Hospital Association Center for Health Innovation 

This series is produced by the American Hospital Association in partnership with the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs and with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 

More about Bridging the Sectors: Integrating Health and Social Care 

Cross-sector partnerships between health care and community-based organizations are essential to improving and maintaining the health of individuals and families living with complex medical and social needs.  A new webinar series, Bridging the Sectors: Integrating Health and Social Care, explores how hospitals and health systems and community-based organizations can work together to better assess and coordinate care for patients with complex needs, driving improved outcomes.  

Join leaders and innovators in the field to discuss the evolving roles and operations of community-based organizations as key partners in this work and share practical insights on how to foster successful cross-sector care delivery. These webinars will offer pragmatic guidance to front-line health care and social care providers; front-line leaders in community health, population health and care coordination at health care organizations; and leaders at community-based organizations.