Increase Women’s Access to Gender Specific Care and Preventative Care
August 17 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT
Dive into the new era of healthcare
Poor access, increasing levels of maternal morbidity and mortality as well as limited OBGYN care team numbers. Is this the reality for American women?
With resources having been directed away from women’s health over the past 3 years due to the global health emergency, gender specific care access among the female population in North America has drastically worsened year on year, causing a concerning spike in negative patient outcomes.
The time to better support care providers and patients is now. All stakeholders must leverage digital tools to increase interaction between women and their care teams, as well as maximize the potential remote monitoring initiatives have, in battling the ‘OB deserts’ crisis.
Trusted industry leaders sharing powerful, innovative strategies include:
- Kari L. Carlson, Associate Executive Director, The Permanente Medical Group in Northern California
- Dr. Jeremy Cauwels, Chief Physician, Sanford Health
- Adriann Combs, DNP, AVP, Clinical Quality Management & Clinical Director – Centre for Maternal Health of the OBGYN Service Line, Northwell Health
- Moderator: Chitra Nawbatt, Investor & Growth Advisor & Host, The HLTH Daily Show
This gathered group of experts in the women’s health space will share the blueprint on how to:
- Increase women’s engagement with their own health by providing higher levels of interaction with their care team via a central platform.
- Reduce negative patient outcomes as a result of ‘OB deserts’ and build in-house remote care programs of which cater to women in high-risk situations, particularly pregnancies, as well as low risk ones.
- Successfully scale out and operate women’s remote care programs across large catchment areas in such a way, that maternal morbidity and mortality decreases regardless of the lack of OB providers.