In this conversation, Elisa Arespacochaga, vice president of the AHA’s Physician Alliance and interim executive lead for the AHA’s Institute for Diversity an Health Equity, talks with Rita Carreon, deputy vice president for health, UnidosUS, about health inequities in Latinx communities with a focus on COVID-19 and the upcoming flu season. We’ll learn about challenges facing the Latinx community and how community based organizations can help hospitals and health systems improve health status for Latinx communities across the country.
Urge Your Rep. to Sign Letter Asking HHS to Extend June 30 Deadline for Spending Emergency Relief Funds
Please contact your representatives today and ask them to sign onto a House Dear Colleague letter to Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary…
AtlantiCare relies on efficient and effective collaboration and communication to vaccinate communities.
A team of doctors and scientists at UVA Health answers the public’s questions about deployment, efficacy and safety of all COVID-19 vaccines.
Armed with his guitar, a physician has been entertaining people getting their shots at the Mary Washington Healthcare COVID-19 vaccine clinic.
AHA urges the Department of Health and Human Services to extend the deadline for hospitals and other health care providers to use their COVID-19 Provider…
AHA Center for Health Innovation Market Scan
Advisory councils or boards can play an integral role in engaging the voice of the patient to help shape changes from providers and health plans. But some…