Episode 53: Merging the quality and access gap in healthcare.
Today, healthcare is at a pivotal inflection point for how we utilize patient data and build out value-based care bundles that help improve access for better overall patient care.
According to the American Medical Association, recent studies have shown that despite improvements in the overall health of the country, racial and ethnic minorities experience a lower quality of healthcare—and they are less likely to receive routine medical care and face higher rates of morbidity and mortality than nonminority individuals.
We must continue to drive the change in healthcare disparities.
On this episode of the InsideOut Podcast, Chris DiRienzo, Senior Vice President and System Chief Medical Officer at WakeMed, joins guest host Andy Brailo, Chief Customer Officer at Premier, to discuss how data is helping American healthcare systems overcome inequities in healthcare.
The InsideOut Podcast shares compelling stories of innovation in America's healthcare system. This podcast brings together innovative leaders from inside and outside the healthcare industry – from the big names you see in bold print every day, to those that just have bold things to say – to explore the country’s rapidly-shifting healthcare landscape and provide smart solutions to the challenges we face. Tune in now to the full episode to hear about how a neonatologist, venture capitalist and best-selling author has dedicated his career into merging the quality and access gap in healthcare.