On January 13, J.P. Morgan hosted its 39th Annual Healthcare Conference with a panel on The Price of Pandemics, which focused on the social determinants of health and the disparities in health and race that have exacerbated inequality in the United States. Michelle Williams, Dean of Faculty, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, moderated a conversation with Tracy Palandjian, CEO and Co-Founder, Social Finance; David Cutler, Otto Eckstein Professor of Applied Economics, Harvard University; and Lawrence H. Summers, Charles W. Eliot University Professor and President Emeritus, Harvard University and 71st Secretary of the Treasury.
Health begins way before you get sick. It’s all the stuff that doesn’t have a medical billing code, that doesn’t get delivered in the doctor’s office, that doesn’t happen at a hospital, but rather where health starts—in homes, schools, communities, the workplace.Tracy Palandjian, Social Finance CEO and Co-Founder
After the Pandemic: Addressing the Permanent Crisis With Pay for Success Programs
The effects of the COVID-19 crisis are expected to linger for many years to come. With these problems comes the opportunity to utilize Pay for Success programs in order to create long-term, meaningful impact, especially…
What Policies Can Help Prevent Evictions in the Wake of Covid-19?
Government officials across the country are thinking about how to maintain housing for residents in the face of widespread unemployment caused by the pandemic. Social Finance and MHSOAC analyzed publicly available data and spoke with…