Shantanu Nundy, MD, CMO, Accolade, “Care After COVID: What the Pandemic Revealed is Broken in Healthcare and How to Reinvent It”
The session begins with a federal legislative update discussion specific to the current status of various priority health center issues. It will then transition to a discussion about the need for a more coordinated national strategy on various state-based issues - using 340B discriminatory contracting as a case study. Third, NACHC staff will introduce several timely and emerging policy issues and solicit feedback on the relative importance and direction that should be pursued. Policy issues include: maternal health, behavioral health, and non-clinical workforce development. Lastly, the session will close with a focus on advocacy. Attendees will be asked to provide feedback on advocacy tools and strategies that they are incorporating to achieve results.Learning Objectives:
Organizations struggle to develop an operational approach to implementing Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) strategies that address the needs of all of its stakeholders, while advancing health equity. Discerning the differences between JEDI and health equity, as two separate, but related priorities impacting the health and wellness of communities is a critical first step to overcoming this challenge.
In this session we will define the terms, identify principles for an equitable healthcare system, and highlight a model for designing sustainable actions guided by a JEDI lens.
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