October 27, 2021
According to the US census, America will majorly consist of multicultural communities. The US healthcare needs to adapt to this transition and ensure equal health access to all. Health disparities remain a major concern in the medical industry, and this applies to virtual care practices too. This fourth episode of the webinar series ‘Health Leadership Insights’ will focus on discussing the implementation of health equity in virtual care practices to offer quality and timely care access to every patient in need.
Our webinar speaker for this episode is Abner Mason, a healthcare technology leader and the founder and CEO of ConsejoSan. He will be sharing personal insights and knowledge into his mission for ensuring health equity among multicultural communities and how healthcare leaders can implement virtual health to reduce disparities in health access and care services.
Abner Mason is a healthcare technology leader and TEDx speaker who addresses health disparities based on his personal and professional experiences. He helps healthcare and policy leaders to take steps to create a more just, equitable, and effective system. Abner is a member of the American Medical Association’s External Equity and Innovation Advisory Group. He also serves on the boards of Manifest MedEx, California’s largest health information exchange (HIE), and the California Black Health Network. Abner was appointed by President George W. Bush to the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS. He served as the Chairman of the International Committee from 2002 through 2005. Abner is the founder and CEO of ConsejoSan, aiming to deliver equal care access among all communities.
Stacy is a Senior Healthcare Advisor at OSP. She is a patient consultant and healthcare advocate with over 20 years of experience in the health industry and physician practice management. Stacy is one of 10 HIMSS Digital Influencers and a patient advocate. She has expertise in patient opinions and patient-centric health product design. Stacy is a stage IV colorectal cancer survivor and full-time caregiver to her intellectually and developmentally disabled son. She also works towards the association of pharma/technology companies and healthcare institutions.
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