Leadership in Rebuilding Healthy Communities

Executive Dialogue

Addressing health inequities and collaborating to create an effective health system for all

From developing partnerships with social organizations within their communities to taking action against food insecurity during the pandemic, hospitals and health systems are taking measures to tackle disparities and inequities in a year that was challenged by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and racial injustice. Health leaders discussed their efforts around data-driven metrics that can measure disparities across clinical and nonclinical indicators. This executive dialogue provides an informative picture into the current challenges and next steps of American health care leaders.

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