Health Inequities in the Latinx Community: COVID-19 and The Flu

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.


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