Strategic alliances forged by AHA with organizations like the National Urban League and UnidosUS are strengthening collective effort to address well-documented, disparate health outcome for Black and Latino communities, writes Joy Lewis, AHA’s senior vice president for health equity strategies.

Read her new blog to see how hospitals and health systems can use the AHA Trustee Match Program and other initiatives undertaken with strategic allies to advance health equity, diversity and inclusion in the communities they serve.

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