CareFirst Aims to Bolster Public Health With New Program, Exec

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, a not-for-profit payer serving a population of 5.3 million in Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C., has launched a new Public Health Infrastructure team and chosen a leader for its team: Djinge Lindsay, M.D.

CareFirst says its new public health initiative is all about improving health outcomes and health equity for its members. Lindsay tells AIS Health, a division of MMIT, that she and her team plan to leverage data and tackle the biggest barriers standing in the way of health equity.

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