A comprehensive primary health care system designed for women is critical to promoting women’s health, achieving positive health outcomes, lowering overall health costs, and achieving health equity. Yet data show that women in the U.S. have worse outcomes than women in other high-income countries, and that staggering disparities persist across socioeconomic, racial/ethnic, and educational divides.
The Commonwealth Fund and Manatt Health invite you to join a webinar today for a discussion of key findings from our new two-part report series on transforming women’s primary health care. Hear what thought leaders and industry experts have to say about how policymakers, entrepreneurs, providers, payers, and investors can accelerate the changes necessary to achieve a more responsive primary health care system for women across the life course within the next 10 years.
- Laurie Zephyrin, M.D., M.B.A, M.P.H., Commonwealth Fund – Vice President, Delivery System Reform
- Lisa Suennen, M.A., Manatt – Lead, Digital and Technology Group (moderator)
- Toyin Ajayi, M.D., M.Phil., City Block – Chief Health Officer and Cofounder
- Deneen Vojta, M.D., UnitedHealth Group – Executive Vice President, Research and Development
- Joia Crear-Perry, M.D., FACOG – Founder and President, National Birth Equity Collaborative
- Report: Transforming Primary Health Care for Women — Part 1: A Framework for Addressing Gaps and Barriers
- Report: Transforming Primary Health Care for Women — Part 2: The Path Forward