HOST: Brian Westley Johnson, CEO/Publisher, Soulivity.com
GUEST: Lynne D. Richardson, Mount Sinai Endowed Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Equity Science, Founding Co-Director, Institute for Health Equity Research, Professor of Population Health Science & Policy, Professor of Artificial Intelligence & Human Health - Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and The Mount Sinai Health System
Looking ahead to editorial discussions that are of great importance to our readers and listeners, we have created an ongoing special editorial feature section dedicated to addressing health access and lack of equity facing the majority of Americans.
This special editorial commitment is a part of a growing discussion which focuses on challenges and solutions facing communities across the U.S. Soulivity will spotlight widely known health inequities, the critical importance of broadening health research, valuable guidance and insights from renowned health professionals, and the accredited resources necessary to empower and mobilize our highly connected and socially active audiences.
We spent time with Dr. Lynne D. Richardson who is a Mount Sinai Endowed Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Equity Science, and the Founding Co-Director of the Institute for Health Equity Research also named IHER. We discussed the mission and purpose of IHER and her thoughts about the state of healthcare equity today.