About the event

The Omaha Health Summit, sponsored by WELLCOM and Live Well Omaha, is a catalyst event that aims to educate and mobilize area professionals, students, business owners, and faith community, health system, insurance company, non-profit and governmental leaders to use their gifts to cultivate a healthier community. This year, the theme “Changemakers” focuses on the connection between health and the “social determinants” or living conditions that impact health. Attendees will leave the summit with national best practices and a toolkit for action.
Registration and engagement fair begin at 7:15 am
Keynote Speaker & Discussion Panel

8:00 – 9:00 am
9:15 – 10:15 am
Kick-start your day with a healthy breakfast and tools to help you be a Changemaker with keynote speaker Denise Koo, MD, MPH – chief architect of the Community Health Improvement Navigator and Advisor to the Associate Director for Policy at the CDC.

Morning Breakout Sessions

10:30 am – 12:15 pm
Immerse your morning mojo
in one of three key tracks:
1) Social Determinants of Health
2) Healthy Community;
Healthy Bottom-Line
3) Future of Care

Changemaker WORKING LUNCH

12:30 – 2:00 pm
Grab a boxed lunch and creativity,
then choose a working session to
dig into, share your insights and
create action on these key issues:
1) Get more people moving outdoors!
2) Adopt a Culture of Health in Omaha
3) Health and Wellbeing for All –
Social Determinant Toolkit

The Mike & Josie Harper Center is located on Creighton's campus
620 N 20th Street, Omaha, NE 68102

We always encourage attendees to actively commute to the summit.

Morning Keynote

Denise Koo, MD, MPH - Advisor to the Associate Director for Policy at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Denise Koo

Denise Koo, MD, MPH, is chief architect of the Community Health Improvement Navigator, which provides an important unifying framework and tools to support hospitals, health systems, public health, and other community organizations and stakeholders that are interested in improving the health of their communities.  

Dr. Koo graduated from Harvard University with a BA in Biochemical Sciences. After combining medical school at the University of California, San Francisco, with an MPH in epidemiology at University of California, Berkeley, she completed a primary care internal medicine residency at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Dr. Koo is a graduate of CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service and Preventive Medicine Residency. Prior CDC positions have included running the National Notifiable Disease Surveillance System, serving as Director of the Division of Public Health Surveillance and Informatics, and serving as Director of CDC’s Division of Scientific Education and Professional Development. Dr. Koo holds appointments as Adjunct Professor of Global Health and of Epidemiology, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, and Consulting Professor, Department of Community and Family Medicine, Duke University Medical Center.

  • “Infographic”/

    chief architect of the Community health improvement navigator

    Founding Partner of the
    Practical Playbook
  • EPIDEMIOLOGIST
  • KEY CONNECTOR OF
    MULTI-SECTOR LEADERS
  • 25 YEARS OF CDC LEADERSHIP

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Putting on an event like this takes great people like you. Support these initiatives by becoming an Omaha Health Summit sponsor.
For sponsorship questions, please contact Danielle LeGrande.
Kick-Start Speaker Sponsor
Kick-Start Speaker Sponsor

UNMC College of Public Health
Introduces Keynote • Podium Recognition • Check-in Signage • Attendee Promo Item • Logo on Breakfast & Breakout Slides • Mention in Media Pitches • 8 All-day Summit Tickets • Reserved Breakfast Table • Logo on Website & Materials • Opportunity to Engage with Keynote Before or After Summit • Engagement Booth
Fuel-Up Breakfast Sponsors
Fuel-Up Breakfast Sponsors

Visiting Nurse Association
Methodist Health System
Provides Buffet Breakfast for Attendees • 4 All-day Summit Tickets • 4 Breakfast Only Tickets • Reserved Breakfast Table • Promotional Messaging or Item on the Tables • Breakfast Buffet Table Signage • Verbal Recognition in Break-out Sessions • Logo on Website & Materials • Engagement Booth
Working Luncheon Sponsors
Working Luncheon Sponsors

YMCA of Greater Omaha
Children’s Hospital & Medical Center
Provides Boxed Lunch for Attendees for Fuel During Working Lunch • 4 All-day Summit Tickets • 4 Breakfast Only Tickets • Reserved Breakfast Table • Promotional Messaging or Item in Lunch Boxes • Lunch Pick-up Station Table Signage • Verbal Recognition in Break-out Sessions • Logo on Website & Materials • Engagement Booth
Activation Station Sponsors
Activation Station Sponsors

American Heart Association
One $1,000 Opportunity Available
Hosts Hospitality Room with Drinks, Phone Charging Station, Mixing & Mingling of Thought Leaders Throughout the Day • Signage in Hospitality Room • Ability to Promote Programs or Messages in Hospitality Room & Connect with Attendees in an Intentional Small-group Setting
Move More Sponsor
Move More Sponsor

YMCA of Greater Omaha
Infuses the Shared Value of Physical Activity into the Event • Promotional Signage near Stairs • Engages Large-group in Physical Activity Break after Morning Keynote • Verbal Recognition during Keynote • Prominent Logo on Breakfast Presentation Slides
Engagement Fair Booths
Engagement Fair Booths

For-Profit $500 / Non-Profit $250
15 Opportunities Available
Provides a Space for Attendees to Connect with Ways They Can Take Action • 1 All-day Summit Ticket • Promotional Item in Attendee Packets • Logo Placement on Working Lunch Handout and Slides • 1 Eight-foot Display Table

To become a summit sponsor, simply download, fill out, and return this form.

Morning Breakout Sessions

Spend your morning in one of the three tracks that sounds the most interesting to you.
Download the full agenda