Medical Expert Panel: Achieving Equity and Eliminating Infant Mortality Disparities within Racial and Ethnic Populations: From Data to Action
Release Date: September 18, 2015 - Medical Expert Panel White Paper Series
Volume 1 – Infant Mortality
The Commission announces the release of its first whitepaper, in a series of papers, that summarize the findings of the Ohio Commission on Minority Health’s Medical Expert Panel (OCMHMEP). The OCMHMEP’s sole purpose is to offer insight and recommendations to eliminate disparities in chronic diseases that disproportionately impact racial and ethnic minorities.
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SelfMade Health Network for their “Opening Doors” Webcast Series.
Title: “From Coverage to Care: Potential Opportunities to Impact Populations, Patients and Clients”
Date: October 27, 2015 (Tuesday)
Time: 12:30-1:30pm (Eastern Standard Time)
Keynote Speaker: Michelle Oswald (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid-CMS
Professionals are invited to register by clicking on this link provided or image featured below (right click to open hyperlink) at: http://bit.ly/1Rm0PMj
The national “From Coverage to Care” Initiative (also known as C2C Initiative) is also intended to connect more populations to primary care and the preventive services as they seek information about healthcare coverage. This webinar is intended to support regional, state/ local organizations, health systems and associations as well as non-profit, faith-based and community-oriented networks by providing information about the C2C Initiative (sponsored by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services). It is intended to explore opportunities for strengthening clinical-community coordination among systems servicing and hiring populations with low socioeconomic status (SES) characteristics in rural, metropolitan and frontier regions.
Donate Life ECHO (Every Community Has Opportunity). Did you know
July 2015 Announcing Promoting Healthy Choices and Community Changes: An E - learning Program for Promotores de Salud! Think Cultural Health is pleased to announce the release of of Promoting Healthy Choices and Community Changes: An E-learning Program for Promotores de Salud. This free e-learning program is offered exclusively online in Spanish and English and aims to build the capacity of promotores de salud to promote individual- and community-level changes towards good health.
April 2015 National Minority Health Month - The 2015 National Minority Health Month theme is, 30 years of Advancing Health Equity: The Heckler Report: A Force for ending health disparities in America.
January 2015 National Blood Donor Awareness Month, National Birth Defects Prevention Month
Reduce Infant Mortality – 2014 document
Reduce Tobacco Use
Improve Population Health Planning
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