Princeton Seminar on Global Health: "Beyond the Doctor's Office: Improving Health Outcomes in the U.S. through Non-Medical Services"
The Princeton Seminar on Global Health convened a panel of experts to discuss innovative solutions for delivering healthcare to underserved populations in the US. The panelists addressed social determinants of health, exploring how non-medical “wrap-around” services such as psychosocial support, food banks, housing assistance and child care can be leveraged to expand access to health care.
Panelists brought a diverse wealth of expertise from government, academia, NGOs and the private sector to the healthcare discussion:
- Heather Howard, Director of the State Health Reform Assistance Network and Lecturer at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School
- Terri Jackson, Senior Vice President of Rabin Martin
- Patricia Doykos, Director of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation
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About the Princeton Seminars on Global Health
The Princeton Seminar on Global Health convenes members of academe, the private sector, civil society and concerned members of the community to explore issues around improving global health quality, equity and access in a multi-disciplinary, multi-sectoral context.
This event is co-sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson School, the School's Center for Health and Wellbeing and Rabin Martin.