Design at Large: Future Prospects in Health Equity and Technological Innovations
There is increasing awareness that health disparities are largely a result of the socioeconomic position in which you are born, the housing and neighborhood where you reside, and the accessibility of educational and job opportunities. These are known as the social and structural determinants of health. By the time a person arrives at a hospital, their health outcome or their chance of survival may have already been pre-determined. Can technological advances in health devices and health-care delivery mitigate the social and structural determinants of health and eliminate disparities? Recorded on 05/18/2022. [8/2022] [Show ID: 38222]
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It would be great if this had captions.
Tavae Samuelu's contributions to this panel don't add anything relevant to the discussion in my opinion.