Since the onset of COVID-19, health disparities have become more glaring. Many communities are leveraging networks of coordinated care to address social determinants of health, reduce barriers to care and improve health outcomes for marginalized communities. In this session, we’ll learn how one community used coordinated care to address health disparities for black women and infants and hear from an expert panel in community-based approaches to addressing health equity through data sharing and care coordination.
Gabe Doyle, Director, Community Impact – Health, United Way of Dane County
Lisa Peyton Caire, Founder and President, Foundation for Black Women's Wellness
Ji Im, Senior Director, Community Health and Population Health, CommonSpirit Health
Artair Rogers, Director of Programs, California, Health Leads
Taylor Justice, Co-Founder & President, Unite Us