COVID-19: Vaccination and Distribution in Black and LatinX Communities

In this conversation, Nancy Foster, Vice President for Quality and Patient Safety Policy, talks with Sonia Perez, Chief Operating Officer, UnidosUS, and Clint Odom, Senior Vice President, Policy & Advocacy, National Urban League and Executive Director, National Urban League’s Washington Bureau, about best practices hospitals and health systems can use to reach Black, Latinx and underserved communities and strategies for COVID-19 vaccine distribution.

 

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