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Adrienne White - Faines
VP, Market Lead Healthcare Financial Health Network
With her background in healthcare strategy, and constant commitment to improve health status of populations across the globe, White-Faines joined the Financial Health Network (FHN) in 2020, as Vice President and Market Lead of Healthcare. In this role, she helps FHN navigate the intersection of physical health and wellbeing and financial health for employers and the healthcare sector, including payors, health and hospital systems, provider associations, tech ventures, and community organizations. White-Faines brings extensive experience as a healthcare executive in operations administration, strategy design and business development, and medical education, with complex health institutions, associations, and physician practices. Previously, White-Faines served as the CEO for the American Osteopathic Association (AOA), the professional association that represents more than 150,000 osteopathic physicians (or DOs) and medical students in the United States. Just prior, she was Vice President and Chief Health Officer at the American Cancer Society, Illinois Division, where she had oversight of research, education, advocacy and patient services. She was also COO of a health care and physician practice management consulting firm, after serving over 10 years in capital strategic planning and community services development at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, in Chicago. Before relocating to Chicago, she began her career working at both LA County Hospitals and the Health and Hospital Corporation in New York City. White-Faines holds a BA degree from Amherst College, an MPA from University of Southern California, and two honorary doctorates. She continues to serve on numerous local and national boards and advisories, committed to advancing equity for diverse populations.

Sessions by Adrienne White - Faines

MON, NOV 16
11:45 AM PT
Beyond Compassion: Integrating Financial Health into Patient Care

This session features women who have been raising awareness and activating communities in support of personal financial health since before SDOH was a buzzword. From research and advocacy, to creatively tailoring care management services for those most at risk, their work has been relentless. They have exposed the hard truth that a person's financial status directly affects their ability to be healthy and thrive. Join the panelists as they discuss their work building community resiliency and share digital tools for financial interventions.