Meeting in the Middle: Responding to Community Needs
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
8:30 am - 1:15 pm
FRBSF Los Angeles Branch
950 So. Grand Avenue at Olympic Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
RENDERING HEALTHY COMMUNITIES ONE NEIGHBORHOOD AT A TIME –
How are nonprofit hospitals answering the call to improve population health by building capacity in low-income neighborhoods of Los Angeles? How do financial institutions affect public health in these catchment areas? What is the role of the Affordable Care Act, and how does it sync with the Community Reinvestment Act in creating Healthy Communities? Where is the data gap between them? Learn about the social determinants of health and collaborative ways to invest in L.A. communities at our forum: “Meeting in the Middle: Responding to Community Needs”
Join health care advocates, community leaders, public health community benefit directors, and banking officers for a discussion on measurable community economic development activities.
This session is targeted at financial institutions and public healthcare professionals.
Melody Winter Head, Regional Manager, Southern California
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
- Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
- California Hospital Medical Center