What to Keep, Drop, or Modify in Medical Practice—Misunderstanding Equity: Healthcare for all does not guarantee health for all

Wednesday, June 16
12-1:30 PM EST

(Recording coming soon)

This discussion centers on what to keep, drop and modify to enable our healthcare system to deliver on equity and justice for everyone involved. How do we redistribute resources and power in systems incentivized by profit and designed to maintain the status quo? How does the narrow focus on access alone limit visions for a transformed system?

The Center for Complexity invited clinicians and medical professionals from across the country to consider the future of medicine in the US—from education to equity to issues as broad as empathy, humanity and the very survival of our species. Ten healthcare professionals welcomed our invitation to engage in unscripted conversations, reflect on their practice during the pandemic and consider what should be maintained, eliminated or modified in the field of medicine.

Archna Eniasivam, MD
Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
University of California, San Francisco

Alicia Genisca, MD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Warren Alpert School of Medicine, Brown University

Ross Jones MD, MPH, FAAFP
Medical Director, Community Health UF Health Jacksonville
Medical Director, Total Care Clinic Group
Clinical Asst. Professor, UF College of Medicine

Sarah Teaff, PhD, FACHE
Chief Operating Officer
St. Luke Community Healthcare