How Health Disparities Data Informs Change

The second installment of the Healthy, Equitable, and Resilient Communities podcast series — which highlights member hospitals and UnidosUS affiliates working together to address disparities, violence and trauma — is now available. Dr. Arturo Carrillo, mental health and family support manager, St. Anthony Hospital’s Community Wellness Program and Patrick Brosnan, executive director, Brighton Park Neighborhood Council, provide teachings and key insights on the importance of driving policy changes in Chicago through their research on mental health care access.

 

 

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