The community development and health sectors often work in the same communities, with the same people, towards the same aims, but often separately.
Please join us at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York for a discussion on how these sectors can work together. How they can invest together in the upstream social determinants of health. How they can partner more effectively to improve health and increase health equity.
Invite friends, meet new colleagues, and learn more about innovative and cross-sector work to improve population health.
We look forward to seeing you!
2:30pm – 3:00pm
3:00pm – 3:10 pm
OPENING AND WELCOME REMARKS
3:05pm – 3:40pm
HEALTH & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT INVESTING IN NEIGHBORHOODS
Moderator: Javier Silva, Associate Director, Community Engagement – Federal Reserve Bank of New York
3:40pm – 4:25pm
ANCHOR STRATEGIES TO CREATE OPPORTUNITIES IN NEIGHBORHOODS
Moderator: Ron Taylor, Officer, Diversity & Inclusion – Federal Reserve Bank of New York
4:25pm – 5:40pm
CROSS-SECTOR STRATEGIES IN A PLACE: THE BRONX
Moderator: Dave Chokshi, MD, Chief Population Health Officer – NYC Health + Hospitals Corporation
5:40pm – 5:55pm
5:55pm – 6:00pm
Wrap Up and Next Steps
6:00PM – 7:00PM
The top contributors to long-term health may be surprising. Only a fraction of what affects our health is actually related to healthcare. Below are links to two videos that provide some insights on how to improve outcomes for long-term health:
* Meeting People Where They Really Are (David Erickson, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic’s Transform 2018 Conference)
* What Really Makes Us Healthy? Health Beyond Healthcare (William Dowling, Community Development, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)