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Elevating Kids Health Well Beyond Medicine

LVCC, Lvl 2, Rm 231-233
October 8, 2023
R. Lawrence Moss, MD
Nemours Children’s Health
Eric V Jackson, Jr., MD, MBA
Nemours Children’s Health
Dr. Wizdom Powell
Andy Bischel
Boys & Girls Club of Southern Nevada
Megan Freeman, PhD
Boys & Girls Club of Southern Nevada
Rich Scarfo
HLTH, Inc.
Joe Kiani
Masimo | Patient Safety Movement Foundation | Cercacor
Karen Dale, RN, MSN
AmeriHealth Caritas DC | AmeriHealth Caritas Family of Companies
Matthew M. Davis, MD, MAPP
Department of Pediatrics | Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
Rebecca Kavoussi
Nest Health
Geeta ‘Dr. G’ Nayyar
Salesforce | Book "Dead Wrong"
Trent Haywood, MD, JD
Knowality | Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
Daniel Brillman
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This session, called 'Elevating Kids Health: Well Beyond Medicine', revolved around child healthcare and the numerous innovations, challenges, and observations made in recent times. With Dr. Larry Moss, President and CEO of Nemours Children's Health, members of the organization, entrepreneurs, and healthcare experts on the panel, the discussion touched on the integration of advanced technology, implementation of health equity, and the need for strategic healthcare standards in addressing children’s health. Stressing the importance of children's health in long-term population health, the panel made the case for addressing social determinants, effective mental and behavioral health support systems, reducing healthcare disparities, building effective and sustainable healthcare models and nurturing corporate responsibility towards community health. Narrative-changing approaches, like treating children as wonders to behold, including children's voices in the discourse, and making healthcare more accessible, predictable, and standardized were also discussed.

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