Disparities in care delivery among U.S. healthcare professionals (HCPs) are as startling as they are problematic. To understand this complex issue—leveraging its global panel—Apollo Intelligence surveyed hundreds of physicians, nurses, and patients from various specialities, conditions, and racial backgrounds. Apollo’s webinar, Blindspot—Exposing Disparities in U.S. Care Delivery, covers findings from this research, examining respondent perspectives as they share their experiences and opinions regarding the change. Please join the co-chairs of Apollo’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, Mili Bhatia, Senior Vice President of Project Services at SurveyHealthcareGlobus, and Molly Simpson, Apollo Marketing Director at InCrowd, on June 15, 2021, at 1: 00 p.m. ET, for Blindspot— Exposing Disparities in U.S. Care.
You will learn:
- Experiences from people of color (POC) at the patient level as well as white patients
- Perspectives on care delivery from physicians from a wide variety of racial backgrounds
- Views regarding patient diagnosis and treatment based on images
- Myths—that plague the U.S. care community—challenged and examined