Strategies to Advance Value-Based Health Care in Radiology
Listen to leading radiology professionals committed to health equity discuss strategies to advance value-based health care and learn how they can be used to improve population health, address disparities and foster diversity, equity and inclusion.
Date: March 29
Time: 1-2 p.m. CT
Value-based health care is designed to improve health outcomes among all patient populations without increasing costs. Radiology plays a significant role in value-based health care by providing appropriate care to achieve patients’ goals and best outcomes, ensuring equitable resource distribution, and facilitating meaningful, patient-centered connections.
- Evaluate the intersection of diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts with value-based health care.
- Define radiology’s central role in population health.
- Discuss opportunities to bridge the existing radiology disparities gap and improve health outcomes.
- Yoshimi Anzai, MD, MPH; University of Utah
- Ryan K. Lee, MD; Albert Einstein Medical Center; Sydney Kimmel College at Thomas Jefferson University
- Jinel A. Scott, MD; State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate Health Sciences University; New York Health and Hospitals/Kings County
- Efren Flores, MD; Massachusetts General Hospital
- Lucy Spalluto, MD, MPH; Vanderbilt University
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Efren Flores, MD: Speaker, WebMD LLC; Speaker, Consulting Medical Associates, Inc.
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