How Hospitals and Health Systems Can Lead a Quiet Revolution for Healing During a Pandemic
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How Hospitals and Health Systems Can Lead a Quiet Revolution for Healing During a Pandemic

August 6, 2020

Noon - 1 p.m. CST

Co-hosted by the Texas Hospital Association Foundation and Texas Healthcare Trustees

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Join us as Professor Matthew identifies the historic and contemporary role that health providers can play in increasing health equity. Using her great experience in the area of helping to address public health disparities for disadvantaged communities, she defines the need for health care equity during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the threats to health equity that have been heightened as a result of this challenging period.

Target Audience:

CEOs, chief financial officers, chief operations officers, chief nursing officers, chief information officers, chief legal officers and chief human resources officers

Continuing Education:

1.0 hour ACHE Qualified, CHT and 1.2 hour CPE

Registration Pricing:

You are allowed one connection/viewer per member registration. Additional line connections will be billed accordingly. If you would like to gather as a group, select the group rate for unlimited attendees/connections to the webinar. Simple instructions with a link to the webinar will be sent when you register and again the day before the webinar. A recording of this program is also included in the cost of registration.

Faculty:

Dayna Bowen Matthew, J.D., Ph.D., dean of George Washington University Law School, Washington, DC


Dayna Bowen Matthew, J.D., Ph.D., is the dean of George Washington University Law School in Washington, DC and the former William L. Matheson and Robert M. Morgenthau Distinguished Professor of Law and the F. Palmer Weber Research Professor of Civil Liberties and Human Rights at the University of Virginia School of Law. She holds an appointment in the School of Medicine’s Department of Public Health Sciences, and as a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellow, worked on Capitol Hill, helping to address public health disparities for disadvantaged communities.