Examining the Role of Telehealth in Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Chronic Disease Outcomes

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Wednesday, June 23; 2 pm – 3 pm ET

The swift adoption and uptake of telehealth services during the pandemic has further pushed digital divide concerns into the spotlight. Combined with existing racial and socioeconomic barriers, this widened a disparity of both access and outcomes for certain communities. In this webinar, a panel of experts investigates key disparity drivers and what health care organizations must do to address them. Participants share their experiences in reshaping strategy to better support underserved populations and minimize the impact of SDOH on health outcomes.

  • Hear from experts on how to address and minimize disparities in health care
  • Learn what role tailored telehealth solutions play in minimizing impact of SDOH
  • Understand the factors that influence positive outcomes in virtual chronic condition management


Abdou Bah
Vice President, Medicare Stars and Quality Management
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Amy Kendall
Vice President, Complex Health Solutions
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Sabrina Kuhn
Vice President, Quality
Parkland Community Health Plan


Amanda Parsons, M.D., M.B.A
Deputy Chief Medical Officer
MetroPlus Health Plan
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Arnold Saperstein, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Cecelia Health
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Cecelia Health positively transforms the lives of people living with diabetes and other chronic diseases. Their technology-enabled personalized coaching solution optimizes patient health outcomes at high ROI for their customers and healthcare partners via a tailored mix of expert clinician and digital health interactions. With over one million remote patient interactions, Cecelia Health has been a pioneer in delivering telehealth and chronic disease management solutions.