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Health Disparities Collaboratives


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Is all this work making a difference?

Yes! A cornerstone of the Collaboratives is measurement. The over 65,000 patients are enrolled in a national registry, and have outcomes tracked on a regular basis. We can say with confidence that care and outcomes are improving: self-management, specialty referrals, medication access, and indicators such as HgbA1c are all better for enrolled patients than for pre-enrollment data. Patients with diabetes enrolled in the Collaborative are actually healthier than their white insured counterparts in the private sector!

2014 Health Care for the Homeless Regional Training

NHCHC’s 2014 West Coast Regional Training

Join us on the beautiful Clark Kerr campus of the University of California Berkeley for two and a half days of continuing education.

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Promoting Integrated Approaches to Reducing Health Inequities Among Low-Income Workers: Applying a Social Ecological Framework

Sherry L. Baron, MD, MPH, Sharon Beard, MS, Letitia K. Davis, ScD, EdM, Linda Delp, PhD, MPH, Linda Forst, MD, MPH, Andrea Kidd-Taylor, PHD, Amy K. Liebman, MPA, MA, Laura Linnan, ScD, Laura Punnett, ScD, and Laura S. Welch, MD


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Effects of Social, Economic, and Labor Policies on Occupational Health Disparities

Carlos Eduardo Siqueira, MD, ScD, Megan Gaydos, MPH, Celeste Monforton, Dr PH, MPH, Craig Slatin, ScD, MPH, Liz Borkowski, BA, Peter Dooley, MS, CIH, CSP, Amy Liebman, MPA, MA, Erica Rosenberg, JD, Glenn Shor, PhD, MPP, and Matthew Keifer, MD, MPH

Background This article introduces some key labor, economic, and social policies that historically and currently impact occupational health disparities in the United States.

Sex Differences in Health Awareness Day

The observance helps draw attention to key differences in health between women and men that are overlooked or misunderstood in areas such as heart disease, cancer, autoimmune disorders, obesity and mental health.

For information specific to migrant and underserved populations visit MCN's Women's Health page or MCN's Health Disparities Collaboratives page.

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