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DIA 2021 Global Annual Meeting
Hiding in Plain Sight: Quantifying Underdiagnosed Populations
Mary Murray, MBA, MS
- Vice President, Collaborative Action Networks
- National Minority Quality Forum, United States
Underdiagnosis is a factor in many diseases especially for racial and ethnic minorities. The panel will discuss systemic reasons for underdiagnosis and quantitative data-mining approaches.
Learning Objective : Explain problem and systemic reasons for underdiagnosis or misdiagnosis, especially for racial and ethnic minority populations; Describe quantitative approaches and data sources for documenting demographic and geographic characteristics of underdiagnosed populations; Discuss examples of visualizations related to revealing the impact of underdiagnosis for clinical and policy initiatives.
Harnessing Moments of Empathy and Machine Learning to Engage More Diverse Populations
- Public Democracy America, United States
Salvatore Alesci, MD, PhD
- Chief Scientist and Strategy Officer
- Beyond Celiac, United States