Improving the Future of Population Health through Personalized Care
Long-standing disparities and inequities in the US healthcare system were illuminated and heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic. Systemic inequities, like socioeconomic disadvantages and structural racism, are keeping individuals and their communities from obtaining optimal health, leading to preventable discrepancies in health outcomes.
To address social determinants of health and optimize population health outcomes, the way forward is a personalized care approach. Thanks to recent advancements in technology, healthcare professionals now have the opportunity to leverage unified patient data to tailor more accurate, predictable, and helpful medication to each person’s genetic make-up.
In this webinar, host Michael Korslin welcomes Kate Wolin, an entrepreneurial executive who brings over 20 years of experience at the intersection of population health sciences and business. Together they discussed how technology can be used to deliver truly personalized care and improve the health of entire populations.