“They have the data, they ask about race, they ask about income. Is the will there? I don’t know. ” Grande envisions leveraging telemedicine and creating apps in partnership with the black community. “Clinicians are too damn busy to go back to school to learn how to be better,” Grande says. “If we can intervene with an app or some sort of electronic record, we could cut through the bullshit: overcome access challenges, money availability, lack of trust. ” Technological interventions could, in the future, allow doctors to not only ensure that all patients are receiving the same standard of care, but that they’re receiving it in a way that suits their economic needs and communication preferences.