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Bringing a Human Touch to Tech with Dr. Nana Afoh-Manin, MD and Stacy Kirk

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Bringing a Human Touch to Tech with Dr. Nana Afoh-Manin, MD and Stacy Kirk

The WoMed is here for you this week with a dose of inspiring news in these crazy times! On today’s episode, host D speaks to super gal team Dr. Nana…
August 3, 2020
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Bringing a Human Touch to Tech with Dr. Nana Afoh-Manin, MD and Stacy Kirk

The WoMed is here for you this week with a dose of inspiring news in these crazy times! On today’s episode, host D speaks to super gal team Dr. Nana Afoh-Manin, MD and tech founder Stacy Kirk who collaborated to create the web application myCovidMD which helps under-resourced communities get free testing and access to telehealth services during the Coronavirus Public Health crisis. Dr. Nana and Stacy discuss with D the need for human connectivity in the medical and tech world as well as ways to care for under-resourced communities, keeping in mind both race and class. They also talk about the importance of not only collecting medical data, but also keeping it secure in this COVID era.  

Learn more about myCovidMD on their website at covidmd.org or on Instagram @mycovidmd . Check out Shared Harvest Fund on their website sharedharvestfund.org or on LinkedIn

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