December 1, 2020
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM ET
The health industry is in the early stages of truly understanding how to adequately capture, assess and utilize SDOH data effectively. COVID-19 has propelled the importance of capturing and assessing such information as wider gaps in inequities have been identified in the early pandemic data. We can learn a lot from our federally qualified health centers and this presentation will shed light on how we as a broader health system can cast a wider safety net. A true collaboration can bridge the necessary programs to help reduce inequities in care.
1.0 – Evolving Topics
Dr. Brooke Palkie, Ed.D.
Dr. Brooke Palkie, Ed.D., is the Chair of the Health Science and Technology Department and Program Director for the M.S. Health Care Administration and M.S. Health Informatics Programs at Charter Oak State College. She has a teaching focus on classifications, vocabularies, clinical data standards, as well as assessing health quality and corporate compliance. Dr. Palkie has been an active leader in several grant funded educational-industry partnership research projects.