Milken Institute: Loneliness as a Risk Factor

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Loneliness and social isolation are on the rise, leading many to call these phenomena a public health epidemic in the United States. Loneliness is an emerging risk factor that has huge implications for personal, economic and societal well-being. This session will explore the health risks of social isolation as well as solutions including new care models and technology to strengthen social connections and, in turn, improve health outcomes.

Moderator

  • Lisa Marsh Ryerson President, AARP Foundation

Speakers

  • Lynn Goldman Michael and Lori Milken Dean, Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University
  • Sachin Jain President and CEO, CareMore
  • Jeremy Nobel Founder, UnLonely Project; Faculty, Harvard Medical School
  • Anand Parekh Chief Medical Advisor, Bipartisan Policy Center

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