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Eric Yarnell – Equitable & Culturally Competent Vaccinations for Dually Eligible Beneficiaries
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In this podcast, Eric Yarnell, the Vice President of Pharmacy at Highmark Wholecare, discusses Highmark Wholecare’s approach to equitable and culturally competent COVID-19 and influenza vaccinations and their lessons learned. Health plans serving dually eligible beneficiaries can play a key role in facilitating access to and educating members on the importance of influenza and COVID-19 vaccinations, including boosters. These podcasts, excerpted from a 2022 webinar, build upon the April 1, 2021 webinar, “Strategies for Health Plans to Support Access to COVID-19 Vaccines for Vulnerable Populations” and the November 2, 2021 webinar, “Leveraging Partnerships to Promote Flu Vaccinations Among Dually Eligible Beneficiaries During COVID-19” by considering lessons learned about the impacts of COVID-19 on advancing health equity, cultural awareness, and eliminating health disparities for dually eligible beneficiaries. A group of subject matter experts and health plan representatives share successful strategies and promising practices for promoting equitable and culturally competent COVID-19 and influenza vaccinations to dually eligible beneficiaries. The event concludes with a panel discussion facilitated by staff from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Office of Minority Health. For more information about this webinar, click here: https://www.resourcesforintegratedcare.com/2022_ric_webinar_promising_practices_promoting_equitable_culturally_competent_vaccinations_dually_eligible_beneficiaries/.