Fred Hobby, former president and CEO of the Institute for Diversity in Health Management, shares his thoughts on the current state of health equity efforts and diverse leadership in health care, as well as his reflections on his time at the AHA and what is now the Institute for Diversity and Health Equity. LISTEN NOW

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