Join Anthem in talking about racism and its impact on health, and earn continuing education credits!
Healthcare and mental healthcare professionals have a vital role in improving health and wellbeing in our communities by identifying and treating racial trauma and injustice experienced by the individuals we serve. At Anthem, we are committed to addressing racism in our society through open discussions about trauma, injustice, and inequality. These conversations are critical to improving the wellbeing of all Americans and the communities in which we live and serve.
We can impact the injustice of racism together.
We have partnered with Motivo*, the first HIPAA-compliant digital platform that connects mental health therapists and clinical supervisors, to engage providers and associates in conversations on racial injustice, trauma, and inequality. Together, we are continuing to evolve the conversation and digging deeper on a quarterly basis to keep the dialog going.
Our racial equity forums focus on:
- Exploring how racism impacts health outcomes
- Discussing how to identify racism in your practice and how to be an ally to your patients
- Recognizing implicit bias (we all have it!) and how it affects the care provided to your patients
- Understanding the impact of prolonged exposure to racism on people of
- Providing you with actionable resources to recognize and reduce racism that may exist in your practice
Since October 2020, we have sponsored four virtual forums: Racial Trauma in America, The Road to Allyship: Playing Your Part in Racial Equity, In Pursuit of Racial Equity: Deconstructing Bias Forum, and Exploring the Impact of Racial Trauma on the Health & Wellbeing of Children.
Please save the date for the next forum. Registration information will be sent closer to the date of the forum.
Equity, COVID, and holidays: Coping with grief
December 8, 2021
Continuing education credits are available for those who sign up and participate.
The first step in doing your part to addressing racism is to recognize that it exists.
These conversations may feel uncomfortable at first, and that’s ok. This is how we will make progress together in creating a more just and equitable society.
November 2021 Anthem Maine Provider News