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Improving Outcomes and Family Care Through Culturally Sensitive Authorization Practices. Improving Outcomes and Family Care through Culturally Sensitive Authorization Practices. Moderators: Kenny Boyd Theresa A. Daly. Panel Members.

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Improving Outcomes and Family Care through Culturally Sensitive Authorization Practices

Moderators: Kenny Boyd

Theresa A. Daly

panel members
Panel Members
  • Sabrina Ho, AMAT, API Committee Chair, DMV and Media Relations Specialist, OneLegacy
  • Laura Rodriquez, Supervisor of Family Services, Southwest Transplant Alliance
  • Bobby Howard, President AMAT, Director, Multicultural Donation Education, LifeLink of Georgia
questions for consideration
Questions for Consideration
  • What common threads did you hear from the

presentations?

2.  Do you think we have enough data to identify

any best practices?

3.  What do you plan to test or change when you

get home?

4.  Assuming limited resources, what would your

recommendation be to all OPO‘s?

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