Recognizing the impact of systemic and institutional racism, how might we provide equitable care for patients with chronic conditions, such as hypertension and diabetes?
How might we move toward a care delivery model that is “trauma-informed,” acknowledging racism both as trauma and a risk factor for cardiovascular disease?
—Hear from health care leaders from Kaiser Permanente and California safety net organizations on how their work to improve health equity and eliminate disparities has evolved in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and so many others.
- Ronald Copeland, MD, FACS
Senior Vice President & Chief Equity, Inclusion and Diversity Officer - Kaiser Permanente
- Geoffrey Leung, MD, Ed.M
Chair, Family Medicine Department - Riverside University Health System
- Tosan O. Boyo, MPH, FACHE
Chief Operating Officer - Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital
- Milin Ratanasen, MD, FACP
Assistant Physician in Chief of Quality - The Permanente Medical Group
- Maria Carrasco, MD, MPH
(Family Medicine - Southern California Permanente Medical Group)
***Prior to this session, please read the following:
"You Can’t Achieve True Health Equity Without Addressing Racism" - Part I, by Ronald Copeland [July 29, 2020]
"The multiple worlds of Black health workers," by Tosan O. Boyo [June 10, 2020]
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