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Confronting Racial Disparities and the Drivers of Health During COVID-19

A virtual Executive Briefing
August 4, 2020

Confronting Racial Disparities and the Drivers of Health During COVID-19

Date: Tuesday, August 4 | Time: 10:30–11:30 a.m. PT/1:30–2:30 p.m. ET
Host: Paul Tufano, Chairman & CEO, AmeriHealth Caritas; Summit Chair

Discussion Leaders:
Wright Lassiter, III, President & CEO, Henry Ford Health System; Forum Leadership Fellow
Hal Paz, MD, Executive Vice President & Chancellor for Health Affairs at The Ohio State University and Chief Executive Officer at Ohio State Wexner Medical Center
Laurie Zephyrin, MD, Vice President, Health Care Delivery System Reform, Commonwealth Fund

Discussion leaders will offer their perspectives on:
• Impact of social determinants of health on the front line
• How leading health systems are adapting outreach and intervention
• Ensuring cultural responsiveness for positive outcomes
• Behavioral health – trauma’s impact on health outcomes
• Best practices to bridge gaps in care and identify community resources
• Successes in tackling some aspect of poverty to impact health disparities
• The impact of racial disparities on an organization’s ability to execute on mission

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