(Edina, MN)  —  A unique program is aimed at helping Minnesota medical providers avoid racial bias.  Children’s Minnesota is one of the first health systems to use live actor simulation to train providers to confront racial bias in medical care.  Encounters are staged at the system’s Simulation Center in Edina.  The program began two years ago in response to poorer outcomes for people of color, a trend that was exacerbated by the pandemic.