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IHA Health Literacy Solutions - Virtual Webinar
Webinar Description: Mobile Health Clinics have demonstrated an ability to address health inequities while cutting overall medical costs. Delivering care into the heart of a community reduces barriers such as lack of transportation, childcare, and income. Many mobile clinics also ensure that language, cultural and insurance barriers are addressed. Effective communication before, during, and after the visit is key to engaging patients and gaining trust. This panel brings together three different models of mobile healthcare delivery to share experiences and lessons learned: Stony Brook Medicines Mobile Mammography program, Mount Sinai South Nassaus COVID-19 Vaxmobile, and Molloy Colleges Community Care mobile clinic.
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Ulrich, Ethel; Malone, Angela; Dineen, Patrick; and Sanneman, Dana, "Driving Healthcare Access: Mobile Health Clinics as a Vehicle to Address Health Inequities" (2022). Faculty Works: Nursing. 32.