On Tuesday, October 2nd, Dyan Sublett, President of the MLK Community Health Foundation, and Dr. Jorge Reyno, Vice President of Population Health, Martin Luther King, Jr. Community, gave their insight on the complications of healthcare in the United States and the importance of having undeserved communities receiving population health in Los Angeles.

Healthcare Futurist, Dr. Ian Morrison, also joined the conversation and touched on why healthcare needs public and private institutions to do their part to help improve social services as a means of yielding an overall healthier community. The panel was moderated by John E. Kobara, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of California Community Foundation.

Listen to the full discussion below: