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March 11, 2021 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET

Equity for Seniors: Using Data to Guide COVID-19 Pandemic Recovery

Summary

Join leading experts from Avalere Health and Tivity Health to learn more about new analyses detailing seniors’ lived experiences with the COVID-19 pandemic, including recent survey data on the vaccine rollout nationwide.

The disproportionate risk of COVID-19 to seniors has been widely publicized throughout the pandemic, with limited guidance grounded in data on their lived experiences. Avalere and Tivity Health have partnered to execute a data-driven approach to addressing seniors’ needs and preferences throughout the pandemic and beyond. Dr. Leana Wen (Senior Advisor, Avalere) and Richard Ashworth (President and CEO, Tivity Health) explored the results of recent survey data to guide key stakeholders in promoting seniors’ safety and well-being.

Key Topics

  • Provide results of COVID-19 survey analyses focused on seniors
  • Detail progress to date on vaccine administration, including challenges in rollout specifically impacting older adults
  • Pinpoint data-driven tactics for engaging seniors in pandemic recovery and beyond
  • Share policy implications following survey results

Panelists

Moderator
Kristi Mitchell , Practice Director, Center for Healthcare Transformation

Kristi Mitchell specializes in the use of clinical data for strategic decision-making across multiple industries, including life sciences, health plans, and professional societies.

Guest Speaker
Richard Ashworth , President and CEO, Tivity Health
Richard Ashworth is president and CEO of Tivity Health, a company dedicated to improving health outcomes for older Americans through healthy lifestyle programs, including SilverSneakers, the nation’s leading fitness program for seniors.
Guest Speaker
Leana Wen, MD , Senior Advisor, Avalere Health
Dr Leana Wen is an emergency physician, public health professor at George Washington University, and senior advisor for Avalere; a contributing columnist for the Washington Post, she previously served as Baltimore's health commissioner (Twitter: @DrLeanaWen).
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