RIC Event: Addressing Menopause and Health Across the Life Course for Dually Eligible Women with Disability

Event Start Date: October 16, 2023 - 3:00 PM EDT
Event End Date: October 16, 2023 - 4:30 PM EDT



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This webinar is also available as a podcast on SoundCloud and iTunes.


In 2021, Resources for Integrated Care produced a webinar titled Supporting the Preventive Health Care Needs of Dually Eligible Women with Disability. The webinar addressed barriers and solutions to support dually eligible women with disability in accessing person-centered preventive health care. More specifically, the webinar highlighted key issues relevant to the role of provider training, communication, and stigma, as well as accessibility to appropriate equipment and facilities.

This webinar builds off the past webinar and explores innovative solutions and best practices for disability-competent care (DCC) for dually eligible women at midlife and beyond, including addressing menopause and associated conditions. The information provided in this webinar focuses on accessibility, provider awareness and education, health promotion, and strategies for consumers and providers in coordinating health care services and supports for dually eligible women across the life course. By the end of this webinar, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the unique challenges experienced by dually eligible women living with disability with a particular focus on preventive health and health equity.
  • Describe actionable strategies that providers or health plans can use to enhance DCC for women living with disability pre- and post-menopause.
  • Discuss approaches that support health promotion for women with disability during and after the menopausal transition.

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This webinar is intended for a wide range of stakeholders, including women’s health providers and provider organizations, staff at Medicare-Medicaid Plans, Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans, and consumer organizations interested in strategies and best practices for promoting DCC in women’s health.


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