PSQH: The Podcast Episode 56 – How Implicit Bias Can Place Non-White Patients at Risk
On episode 56 of PSQH: The Podcast, Dr. Mike Dulin, head of the Academy for Population Health Innovation at UNC Charlotte, talks about how implicit bias increases the risk of poorer health outcomes for non-White patients. This episode is sponsored by Origami Risk as part of Healthcare Risk Management Week.
Dr. Dulin is a nationally recognized leader in the field of health information technology and application of analytics and outcomes research to improve care delivery and advance population health. He is currently a professor at UNC Charlotte in the Department of Public Health Sciences where he directs the Academy for Population Health Innovation. As Chief Medical Officer for Gray Matter Analytics, Dr. Dulin directs the company’s growth and success by leading the clinical activities throughout the organization. He drives overall clinical strategy and design for Gray Matters’ CoreTechs® Healthcare Analytics platform and Analytics Solutions and educates the customer base on how to leverage healthcare data analytics to advance their clinical, operational and financial outcomes.
Prior to joining Gray Matter Analytics, Dr. Dulin led the development and implementation of an analytics center of excellence for one of the largest non-profit health systems in the Southeast. Dr. Dulin has led population health initiatives and related research projects funded by AHRQ, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The Duke Endowment, and NIH. He started his career as an electrical and biomedical engineer and received his PhD in Neurophysiology prior to becoming a primary care physician.
Listen to the episode below: