The complex interplay among provider-patient relationships, institutional policies and state and federal structures continue to slow the progress in advancing LGBTQ health outcomes. This presentation will cover implications of telehealth expansion, including opportunities for improved provision of care to rural populations, but also known disparities in access to digital healthcare for LGBTQ populations. Presenters will discuss health policy advocacy and the importance of engaging community organizations, including those that support youth who may be displaced from university. Lastly, presenters will review the importance of individual provider-patient relationship, including helping to navigate any delays in gender-affirming care and surgeries due to the pandemic; and review strategies for action across the healthcare spectrum in the context of an evolving digital healthcare space.

CEU Available: 1.0 CME; 1.0 MOC
CEU Expires: April 30, 2024

To receive CME/MOC credit, you must (a) watch the video and (b) complete the short assessment. After these two steps are completed, you will receive a certificate.

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Clinical Care Redesign, Clinical Practice, Health Equity, Health Policy & Advocacy, Leadership, Administration, & Career Planning, Medical Education, Sex and Gender-Informed Medicine

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