Illinois hospitals are redoubling efforts to eliminate health disparities, guided by the four pillars of racial equity in healthcare: Our People, Our Organization, Our Patients and Our Community.
An impactful and engaging day, IHA Health Equity Action Day on May 13, 2022 both celebrated hospital efforts and provided a path for our collective path forward. If you were unable to attend or would like to share the experience with your colleagues, please use this link to view and share the video recording.
Participate in IHA's Racial Equity in Healthcare
Progress Report this summer
Diversity promotes inclusion, better provider-patient communication and greater accessibility. See resources on demographics, employee training and pay equity.
With the right data, organizations can identify and address health inequities. Learn how to design programs and services that advance population health.
Reviewing patient safety events and health outcomes is critical to unveiling health disparities and implementing quality improvement projects.
Community engagement is a fundamental pillar in reducing health disparities and achieving equity. Learn about building partnerships for lasting change.
Illinois hospitals have spearheaded numerous initiatives to address health disparities and social determinants of health in the communities they serve.
IHA’s Committee on Health Disparities is committed to developing and implementing strategies to address health disparities and underlying socioeconomic factors.