Free Executive Web Briefing Courtesy Of NextGen Healthcare

October 21, 2020 | 1:00 p.m. Eastern

Helping clients learn to navigate and control their social  environment can lead to better health outcomes, but where should you start? Learn how Jewish Family & Children’s Services (JFCS), an organization dedicated to strengthening the community through quality behavioral health social services, and primary medical care to children, families and adults, successfully incorporated social determinants of health into care management.


  • Understand social determinants of health (SDoH), including those emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Recognize the steps an established integrated care provider (JFCS) took to incorporate SDoH into care management
  • Apply lessons learned from peer organizations to introduce aspects of SDoH in care management

Featured Speakers

Ronke Komolafe, DBH, Director of Specialty Solutions, Behavioral Health, NextGen Healthcare

Dr. Ronke Komolafe, DBH, brings more than 12 years of behavioral health and integrated care experience. Prior to her current position as vice president of compliance and operations with TopazIS (now NextGen Healthcare), Dr. Komolafe was responsible for integrating behavioral and physical health services for Arizona Medicaid members with HealthNet of Arizona. She has served as a behavioral health program manager at Arizona Medicaid and a case manager at a behavioral health clinic. In addition to her Doctor of Behavioral Health degree, she holds both an MBA and a BA in Psychology.

Sharon Hicks, MBA, MSW, Senior Associate, OPEN MINDS

Sharon Hicks, MBA, MSW, has more than 20 years of experience in the health and human service field. She has extensive expertise and a wide range of experience in health plan management, clinical operations management, and technology. A recognized thought leader among her peers, Ms. Hicks is a regular keynote speaker at industry conferences and association meetings, as well as an author of hundreds of articles and resources for professionals in both clinical and executive roles.

Brian Rosenstein, Population Health Manager, Jewish Family and Children’s Service (JFCS)

Brian Rosenstein is the Population Health Manager at Jewish Family and Children’s Service (JFCS). His primary role is incorporating data from many different sources, including NextGen and Arizona’s Health Information Exchange, into the agencies’ many patient focused programs. A few of his current projects include the expansion of ADT alerts from the HIE to reduce Hospital use, JFCS’s COVID-19 Care Coordination plan to identify high risk members during this pandemic, and a Gaps in Care tool to ensure the medical needs of the JFCS population are met. With a background in clinical care, Brian has been working in the healthcare field for seven years and graduated with a Master’s of Business Administration in 2015 from WGU.

Mario Lippy, Psy.D., Clinical Director, Michael R. Zent Healthcare Center, Jewish Family & Children’s Service

Mario Lippy, Psy.D. is the Clinical Director at the Michael R. Zent Healthcare Center for Jewish Family & Children’s Service. He is responsible for the clinical and administrative oversight for the integrated services delivered to clients and their families. Some of the specialty services Dr. Lippy oversees are in the areas of: Infant Toddler Mental Health, Trauma, Crisis, Behavior Coaching, Autism Spectrum disorders, Electronic Health Record/Health Information Exchange, and the Center of Excellence Family Center. In addition to these specialty services, Dr. Lippy has been the lead director over JFCS’s first integrated clinic and has been instrumental in creating a center where members can receive whole health.

Megan Lipman, Vice President of Quality Management and Compliance, Jewish Family and Children’s Service (JFCS)

Megan Lipman is Vice President of Quality Management and Compliance at Jewish Family and Children’s Service (JFCS). Megan has over 15 years experience in the behavioral health and medical industry. Her focus at JFCS over the last few years has been on facilitating change into an integrated care model that supports improved member outcomes and success within alternative payment models.  Megan has been instrumental in overseeing and implementing the AHCCCS Targeted Investment Program at JFCS and partnering with colleagues and community partners to design more efficient and satisfactory service delivery under the pillars of the Quadruple Aim. Megan is a graduate of Arizona State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology.

Registration for this executive web briefing has been provided at no charge courtesy of NextGen Healthcare.

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