Addressing Inequalities, Implicit Bias, and the Isms in Clinical Care - Shared screen with speaker view
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Bob, Great talk. There is NO room in medicine for racism or disparity in medical care. However I find it difficult to believe that an organization like the AMA is racist, just look at the diversity of the AMAs Board of trustees.
those statements bring stereotypical faces to mind
Agree with Dr. Costabile. AMA has made great strides.
The media has not helped with these biases either
The link will be one of the resources that will be sent in a separate email post webinar.
Given racial disparities in socioeconomic status, are disparities in healthcare access based on insurance status also racist?
of course. not all insurances provide the same access
I have medications and therapies that will routinely be denied for patients on a form of Medicaid
Thank you for this great talk.When it comes to social determinants of health which has been receiving quite a bit of attention.How much is “social determinants of health” different rom poverty.In other words is poverty the real issue that should be addressed?
Great talk indeed
Excellent job, Dr. Like. Thank You!
Great presentation Dr. Like! Thank you!
Can I ask a question at some point via audio?
david h ross
Quite enlightening discussion.
Thank you Dr.Like for that excellent talk !
Dr Like Thank you for clarifying the difference between “ social determinants of health “ and poverty.How often in your opinion dr like is poverty the real issue ?
MSNJ - Sue Hoisington
who is the zoom user?
Thank you for a great presentation!
Thanks to everyone for your kind comments!
Thank you for a terrific talk Dr. Like!
To the AMA Delegation. On line ….if this concludes shortly we will start our meeting at 2-15. Wanted to clarify since the allowed time as per the zoom for this ongoing talk is till 2-30
Thank you Dr Like