Health care leaders should consider what they can do to create more opportunities for women throughout the field, particularly for women of color, writes Stacy Garrett-Ray, M.D., Ascension’s senior vice president and chief community impact officer. She maps out five action steps to help create a future health care workforce that reflects the patients and communities hospitals serve.

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