Thursday, Jul 21, 2022 | 1:00 PM ET
A Better Future for Women’s Health
According to ZS research, women have a harder time navigating the healthcare system and report lower satisfaction with healthcare than men. Women (47%) are also significantly less likely to trust their HCPs compared to men (57%). They want to play a more active role in their care and forge stronger partnerships with their primary care physicians. These findings add to existing evidence of research, health services and outcomes disparities between women and men, and deeply troubling inequities in access and delivery that contribute to even poorer outcomes for women of color. This discussion will address the redesign of healthcare for women, including the role of key players in healthcare and the ways trust, satisfaction and positive patient-provider relationships can lead to more equitable outcomes for all women.
Maria WhitmanManaging Partner, Global Commercialization Strategy & Solutions, ZS Associates
Alyson McGregor, MD, MA, FACEPAssoc. Dean, Clinical Faculty Affairs & Development; Prof., Emergency Medicine, University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville
Carolyn WitteCEO and Co-Founder, Tia
Laurie Zephyrin, MD, MPHSVP, Advancing Health Equity, The Commonwealth Fund