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Long COVID and Care Access: How Technology Can Break Down Barriers and Support Patients

Wed, 3/8/2023 at 11:30 am - Wed, 3/8/2023 at 12:20 pm (PDT)

This webinar will share current knowledge of what long COVID is, how long COVID impacts patients and their families, and what barriers to care exist for people with long COVID.

Laura Myerchin Sklaroff, MA, health care evaluation manager at Comagine Health, will present original research findings collected from more than 200 people with long COVID, their partners and care providers, identifying long COVID-related barriers to care access and technology-driven solutions for care. A model highlighting actions to improve care access for people with long COVID that can be taken at the patient, family and community, and health care facility and system level will be presented. Additional recommendations for methods to improve quality of care provided to those with long COVID will be shared.

This webinar is appropriate for health care providers, health system administrators and executives, those interested in health and long COVID policy, people with long COVID, and their family and friends.

Learning Objectives

  1. Gain knowledge about long COVID prevalence, symptoms and sequela.
  2. Gain knowledge about the impact of long COVID with respect to care access and associated barriers to care
  3. Learn how technology can increase care access for people with long COVID and actions that can be taken at the patient, interpersonal/community, and health care facility and system levels.


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Partnership to Reimagine Health Care