This webinar discusses a concept called Inclusion Health: providing clinical health care to underserved and marginalized populations who are at risk for not being able to equitably access the traditional health care setting.
The presenters share the work that they are doing to provide Inclusion Health for those in various communities; sharing challenges and solutions. All have implemented primary care models that provide high quality, evidence-based clinical care to at risk populations.
This webinar was brought to you by the SGIM Clinical Practice Committee.
- Elizabeth Cuevas, MD, FACP, Division Chief, Academic Internal Medicine; Division Chief, Center for Inclusion Health; Allegheny Health Network
- Maria E. Garcia, MD, MPH, MAS, Assistant Professor of Medicine; Co-Director, Implementation Science Program, DEB; Co-Director, Multi-Ethnic Health Equity Research Center, DGIM; Co-Director, Pre-Health Undergraduate Program, Clinical and Translational Science Institute; University of California San Francisco, Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Epidemology and Biostatistics
- Divya Venkat, MD, Co-Director, CIH RIvER Clinic and Perinatal Hope Program; Allegheny Health Network
- Nancy T. Kubiak, MD, FACP, Medical Director, Internal Medicine Practice; Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency; Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC), Asheville, NC