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How Racism and Implicit Bias Impact Quality

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Join Quality and Safety colleagues in discussing how racism and implicit bias impact quality of care and care experience of patients.

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Te-Yu Ruth Chang, MD, MPH, CPC, FAAFP, is the Chief People Officer, Vice President for the Advancement of People and People Operations at Northwest Permanente (NWP). Dr. Chang leads wellness and resilience; equity, inclusion and diversity; talent acquisition; and leadership development strategies for Northwest Permanente, a physician-led, self-governed, multispecialty group practice, providing care to the more than 630,000 members of Kaiser Permanente in Oregon and Southwest Washington. Dr. Chang is a family medicine physician. She joined NWP in 2005, and through the years has served in various leadership roles. Dr. Chang received her bachelor’s degree in Women’s Studies and Mathematics from Tulane University and her master’s in Public Health and her medical degree from the University of Michigan. She completed her residency at Oregon Health & Sciences University.

Dr. Chang also serves as the Alternate Delegate to the American Academy of Family Physicians as well as on the Board of Directors of the Oregon Academy of Family Physicians. She sits on the board of directors for Two Rivers Aikikai, a non-profit martial arts school in SE Portland.

In her free time, she enjoys studying martial arts, playing music, snowboarding, and cooking with her two teenage boys and husband.

CEs: This program is pending approval for continuing education credits by the National Association for Healthcare Quality.

Cancellations/Refunds: You may cancel registration through June 25, 2021 minus a $5 fee for paid tickets. We regret that we are unable to process refunds after Friday, June 25, 2021. We reserve the right to issue refunds by check for registrations paid for by credit card. All cancellation/refund requests need to be submitted to orahqboard@gmail.com and will be acknowledged within five (5) business days as a first response.


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The Oregon Association for Healthcare Quality (OrAHQ) is the Pacific Northwest’s premiere association for varied members of the healthcare quality community. An Oregon registered non-profit (#46760799), we serve as a resource for education and training for members working in varied health systems settings—acute care, long term, ambulatory, as well as academia, health plans/payers, non-profit, and commercial roles, across the spectrum of health.

 We strive to develop, promote and host accreditation (CPHQ) preparation workshops and several meetings, both virtual and on-site that address contemporary healthcare quality management topics of interest.

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