Commission to End Health Care Disparities (CEHCD)
Immigration Reform as a Means to Eliminate Health Care Disparities
A position paper by the National Council for Asian Pacific Islander Physicians
International medical graduates in American medicine: Contemporary challenges and opportunities
A position paper by the AMA-IMG Section Governing Council
- CEHCD Conflict of Interest Policy
- CEHCD Confirmation of Compliance and Copyright Assignment Statement
- CEHCD Intellectual Property Rights FAQ's
The CEHCD Steering Committee approved the Conflict of Interest Policy as well as the CEHCD Confirmation of Compliance and Copyright Assignment Statement at the Fall 2012 meeting. All individual member organization representatives and staff that are engaged in CEHCD activities are to complete the CEHCD Confirmation of Compliance and Copyright Assignment Statement and return to Tanya Lopez via email or fax (312) 464-4111.
Established in 2004 by the American Medical Association and the National Medical Association, and with the National Hispanic Medical Association joining soon thereafter, the Commission to End Health Care Disparities (CEHCD) was formed to address disparities in health care and in response to the Institute of Medicine's report "Unequal Treatment: Confronting Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care".
For additional information, contact Tanya Lopez or call (312) 464-4616.
The work of the CEHCD would not be possible without our generous corporate sponsors: