A Problem Magnified: Health Disparities During COVID-19

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Brian Lane, President & CEO, The Center for Health Affairs, Dr. Adam Myers, M.D., Chief, Population Health, Cleveland Clinic

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The COVID-19 pandemic has shed light on the ever-present health disparities within our communities. That raises the question: How are our population and community healthcare leaders tackling these issues? Dr. Adam Myers, chief of population health at Cleveland Clinic and chair of Cleveland Clinic Community Care, will give an overarching view of the community care landscape, discussing the Cleveland Clinic’s initial response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how the health system is addressing the social determinants of health. Alongside host Brian Lane, other topics Dr. Myers will discuss include caregiver support and retention, battling clinician burnout and what the future of clinical care might look like when the pandemic is over.

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The Healthcare Leadership Series, presented by The Center for Health Affairs and CHAMPS, provides the opportunity to hear relevant insights, lessons and perspectives from global healthcare experts. These healthcare leaders are among those tasked with charting the path forward as the world continues to navigate an everchanging healthcare landscape in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing an invaluable wealth of industry knowledge and experience to the discussion. Join us for a range of conversation topics impacting healthcare and hospitals, including COVID-19 and the ongoing vaccine rollout, value-based care, population health and health disparities, supply chain, cybersecurity, healthcare policy and more.