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Research, Virtual Care

USofCare Discussion: Equity In Virtual Care

Published On September 28, 2021

Last month, USofCare joined the National Committee for Quality Assurance to present our research on barriers to virtual care access and virtual care policy recommendations for health systems and policy makers in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

USofCare staff Venice Haynes and Jen DeYoung were joined by Founders Council member Abner Mason and Voices of Real Life member Omar Ibarra in their presentation and the collaborative discussion that followed.

USofCare Public Engagement Assistant Mina Yuan recounted — with help from Jen, Venice, Abner, and Omar — the day in detail. Take a read of their in-depth recap and get all the details about what’s next for driving equity in virtual care.