We do our best to advocate for the patients that our company strives to protect every day as often as we can: those that are the most vulnerable. This month, we’re shining a light on the disparities in healthcare treatment and outcomes the LGBTQ+ community continues to face.
In this conversation with Kristin Mejia-Greene, founder of Homeland Heart & Wellness Collective, we discuss maternal health and mortality, how doulas can prove a powerful advocate within care teams, and how her organization Homeland Heart is working to provide better care for Black mothers in Nashville.
We examine some of the main focuses and programs designed to improve the social determinants of health and how they can contribute to healthcare equity for all Americans.
Discover the latest data from federal healthcare programs on racial disparities, and understand how certain communities are more at risk to be treated by excluded providers.
HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) recently distributed an anti-discrimination Bulletin to ensure that federal financial assistance beneficiaries comply with federal civil rights and regulations.
July HHS OIG Work Plan updates include concerns over provider screening and background checks during the pandemic, reviews on COVID-19 data on healthcare disparities and equity for minorities, an audit of federal ventilator contracts, and more.
Learn how your organization can leverage exclusion monitoring to better protect vulnerable patient populations and combat healthcare disparities as we unpack a recent Johns Hopkins study.