It’s no secret that healthcare has been at the center of COVID-19 disruptions. The pandemic has pushed the limits of the healthcare system in ways we could have never imagined. Provider revenue streams and staffing were significantly impacted, and everyone had to shift as much of their business model as possible to a virtual care environment to survive.
For María Hernández, there was something on here mind that was making her uneasy. María is a young mother who lives with her family in South Phoenix. Maria’s son, Lucas, was born a little over one year ago.
Adopting telemedicine for consultative patient visits oﬀers primary care a path toward restoring patient volume and hope for a postpandemic future.
As coronavirus cases have surged throughout Arizona in recent weeks, Anabell Castro Thompson has been instrumental in implementing a culturally competent care model to reduce health inequities by improving access and trust within underserved communities in her role as Senior Vice President of Health Equity at Equality Health.
Desde muy temprana edad, Desmond “Des” López, una joven de 25 años, quien nació y creció en Arizona, ha mantenido la vocación de servicio como una constante en su vida. Cuando solo tenía 17 años busco ayudar a los demás sin importar el riesgo y la joven decidió enlistarse en el Ejército, su experiencia militar se convertiría en una parte importante de su carácter y de su desarrollo como persona.
From an early age, Desmond “Des” López, a young, 25-year-old woman born and raised in Arizona, has maintained the call to serve the public as a constant in her life. When she was only 17 years old, she sought to help people, no matter the risk, and enlisted in the military. Her military experience became an important part of shaping her character and development as an adult.
Una gran aceptación y respuesta en la comunidad han tenido los seminarios virtuales denominados “Cafecito Time con Equality Health”.
These days the world does not lack for information — you just log on or tune in. It took a pandemic to clearly demonstrate the importance of connecting with a reliable source. Equality Health, through its interactive virtual seminars called “Cafecito Time con Equality Health”, has become a trusted community resource for information and support during this COVID-19 crisis.
Como parte de su importante misión de acercar los recursos comunitarios a la población que más lo necesita, Equality Health llevará a cabo tres seminarios virtuales sobre todo lo que se debe de saber acerca del COVID-19 y los apoyos disponibles en nuestra región para individuos y familias afectados por esta nueva enfermedad.
As part of their important mission to provide access to resources to the population who needs it the most, Equality Health will be holding three virtual seminars, covering everything you should know about COVID-19 and the resources available in our region for individuals and families affected by this new virus.