How patient engagement technology can improve health equity

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2022 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Health disparities regarding gender, geography, socioeconomic status, and race and ethnicity, continue to plague the U.S. healthcare system.

These inequities can be difficult to address, however, one tool has the potential to bridge significant gaps: patient engagement technology.

In this webinar, healthcare leaders will discuss how digital patient engagement technology is used at their organizations to bridge disparities in care and reduce the burden of health inequity on care outcomes.

Learning points:
  • How patient engagement communication pathways support both episodic and chronic uses cases
  • How to achieve sustained engagement with disadvantaged communities
  • Strategies for successful implementation and gaining organizational buy-in



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Suzanne Quillen, RN, NP, MPA

Vice President Healthcare Innovation

Ernest Health

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Emily C. Webber MD, FAAP FAMIA

VP, Chief Medical Information Officer

Indiana University Health

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Matthew K. Hoffman, MD, MPH

Marie E. Pinizzotto, MD, Endowed Chair, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology & Director, Center for Women’s & Children’s Health Research