At the start of Pride Month, the AHA today spotlighted resources to support the LQBTQ+ community and advance health equity. Through its Institute for Diversity and Health Equity, the AHA has shared resources that focus on practical, how-to solutions to help hospitals and health systems of all sizes build more inclusive and equitable communities. 

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