Howard University president Wayne A. I. Frederick and Bristol Myers Squibb Chairman and CEO Giovanni Caforio represent vastly different sectors in healthcare. But when it comes to identifying how to eradicate the industry’s equity problem—exacerbated by an ongoing pandemic that’s disproportionately affecting underrepresented communities—the two men share a similar sentiment, one that begins with changing the way people think about race as it relates to healthcare. Read the Full Article.
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