Diversity Dialogue Series

PODCAST ON-DEMAND:

Race and Medicine: A Physician’s Perspective on Race in Medicine with Sachin H. Jain, MD, MBA, author of "The Racist Patient"

In collaboration with AHA's Hospitals in Pursuit of Excellence and Physician Leadership Forum

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This podcast is supported by several strategic efforts within the American Hospital Association addressing equity and diversity, physician involvement and quality improvement.  The AHA is dedicated to helping the field to advancing healt care equity, diversity and inclusion in health management through the Institute for Diversity in Health Management, offering resources on quality improvement through our Hospitals in Pursuit of Excellence initiative and connecting physicians to the work of the association through the Physician Leadership Forum. Hosted by Elisa Arespacochaga, senior director, AHA’s Physician Leadership Forum, this session features Sachin H. Jain, CEO at CareMore Health System, an innovative health plan and care delivery system with over 100,000 members in eight states.

Sachin H. Jain, MD, MBA is chief executive officer (CEO) at CareMore Health System, an innovative health plan & care delivery system, a consulting professor of medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine and a contributor at Forbes.

Dr. Jain will share an excerpt from his article, “The Racist Patient” and discuss:

  • The prescription for a medical culture that allows patients cross the line with racial discrimination
  • How to support all care providers with direct contact with difficult patients
  • Practitioner ideas and care delivery innovations to protect staff and provide better service
Cost: Complimentary

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For questions about the Diversity Dialogue series, please contact Deborah Myles, project operations, at (312) 422-2693 or dmyles_tmp@aha.org.