Improving Digital Health Literacy

CMS recently announced a new requirement for Medicare Advantage health plans to provide their members with digital health literacy support to advance health equity. In this AHIP webinar, a group of multidisciplinary experts took a macro-level look at the challenges in engaging older adults in new technology and how payers can address these challenges to meet forthcoming requirements and improve access to health and overall well-being.



Kelsey McNamara, MPH, Senior Director of Research, Papa
Dr. Kvedar
Joseph C. Kvedar, MD, Professor of Dermatology, Harvard Medical School; Immediate Past Chair of the American Telemedicine Association
Sara Czaja
Sara Czaja, PhD, Professor of Medicine & Director, Center on Aging and Behavioral Research, Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine
Georgina Dukes-Harris
Georgina Dukes-Harris, MHA, Health Equity Innovator & Tech Leader, IMPaCT Care, Unite Us, Duke Health
Lori Beerman
(moderator) Lori Beerman, Writer, Journalist, and Facilitator

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