A coalition of 33 progressive, civil rights, and multicultural organizations sent a letter to Congress and the Biden administration outlining new guidelines to elevate health equity.
Applications for the 2021 Hospital Community Collaborative Cohort are now open.
March 25, 2021 - This morning, AHIP submitted testimony to the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee for its hearing on "Examining Our COVID-19 Response: Improving Health Equity and Outcomes by Addressing Health Disparities."
Living in a multigenerational home has become increasingly common in the United States. One in five Americans currently live in a home with multiple generations.
The Bernard J. Tyson Award for Excellence in Pursuing Health Care Equity honors the late chief executive officer and reform advocate
Three leading national health care advocacy organizations urged all health care professionals to redouble efforts to collect and report race and ethnicity data when administering COVID-19 vaccinations.
Every American deserves access to affordable, high-quality care. For far too long, discrimination and systemic racism have served as barriers to health equity for minority and underserved communities.
First-of-its-kind initiative aims to reshape the future of health equity advocacy, improve health outcomes
The American Health Law Association (AHLA) announces a special December 2021 issue of the Journal of Health and Life Sciences Law focused on "Emerging Issues in Health Equity in the United States: Legal, Legislative, and Policy Perspectives."
Joy Lewis Tapped as Senior Vice President for Health Equity Strategies and Robyn Begley Expands Responsibilities
Last Thursday, the Nashville Health Care Council and NashvilleHealth hosted "Conversations on Health Equity and Action to Eliminate Disparities: Part Three," the third in a three-part series exploring health inequity and its long-standing threat to business and community growth and vitality.
Physicians, residents and medical students at the American Medical Association's (AMA) Special Meeting of its House of Delegates (HOD) recognized the detrimental public health consequences of violent law enforcement interactions in adopted policy addressing the need for policing reform.
CHICAGO -- In support of efforts to confront our country's history of racism and injustice, the nation's leading physicians voted to adopt two new policies today recognizing race as a social construct -- rather than a biological construct -- at the American Medical Association's (AMA) Special Meeting of its House of Delegates (HOD).
At the Special Meeting of the American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates, physicians adopted policies today to address social determinants of health as part of health insurance coverage.
Report investigates reasons behind inequities, finds impact of COVID-19 on Latinx community likely underestimated
This week, the Nashville Health Care Council and NashvilleHealth hosted "Conversations on Health Equity and Action to Eliminate Disparities: Part Two," the second in a three-part series exploring health inequity and its long-standing threat to business and community growth and vitality.
Last week, America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) submitted a letter to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners' (NAIC)Special Committee on Race and Insurance highlighting what AHIP and its member organizations are doing to address health equity.
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