2017 Public Health Ethics Forum

>>Good morning and welcome to the 2017 CDC OMHHE Office of Minority Health and Health Equity in collaboration with the National Center for Bioethics and Research and Healthcare at Tuskegee University’s third annual Public Health Ethics Forum. This year’s focus is on Women’s Health. And the theme is Optimal Health for Her Whole Life. My…

Quality in Medicare: The Equalizer

Pamela Gentry: I’m going to turn it over now to our director of the Office of Minority Health. She will be presenting along with her colleague, Jean Moody-Williams, and they will be discussing quality, the equalizer. Dr. Cara James: Thank you, Pamela, and good afternoon to all of you and those of you who may…

Medicare & Medicaid at 50: Their Past, Present and Future Impact on Health Equity

Pamela Gentry: Thank you so much for electing to come here to our national headquarters today for Medicare and Medicaid services. We have an outstanding program for you today, and we think youll enjoy every moment. Im Pamela Gentry, the senior advisor for the Office of Minority Health. Once again, thank you for joining us.…

2017 State of Health Equity at CDC Forum Part 4

>>And I started to think, probably because I’ve got kids and I watch a lot of animated movies, I started thinking about it as– as a– as a little bit of a cartoon. Well what happened in the frames before those images? And then what happens in the frames after those images? And the reality…

Voice your Vision: A Community Engagement Initiative

00:00:00:00 Onyemaechi Nweke: Welcome to the Equity in All Policies webinar series. Today’s webinar is jointly sponsored by the Federal Interagency Health Equity Team under the National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities and the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, and that organization is an NPA partner. My name 00:00:20:00 is Onyemaechi…

Health System Transformation Post Affordable Care Act

Dr. Cara James: So thank you and I think — just kind of reflecting again on some of the things that Dr. McGinnis said, I think he really has led the way to kind of get us started in giving us that understanding and next is we have, talking about the CMS leadership and some…

NIA Health Disparities Research Framework

>>DR. CARL V. HILL: Health disparities are differences in the incidence or prevalence of a number of diseases and health-related outcomes. Populations that are priority for health disparities research at the NIA include racial and ethnic minorities, lower socio-economic status groups, rural populations, sex and gender minorities, and also those populations that are affected by…

Taking Action: Reduce Health Disparities and Improve Quality

Madeleine Shea: So it’s a pleasure and a privilege to introduce the speakers for the Taking Action, Next Steps to Reduce Disparities and Improve Quality panel; so finally we’re getting to our action segment of the day. In speaking about action going on right now, as you’re going to hear, in major health systems in…