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How embedded pharmacists improve care for Native American patients
Native American communities face growing inequity in health care, largely due to inadequate access to services. Find out how pharmacists help.
Teaching culturally humble primary care
Tonya Fancher, MD, MPH, knows that more primary care doctors in a community means more equitable outcomes. She’s made it her medical school’s mission to help aspiring doctors tailor what they learn to the patients they serve.
New York effort raises use of MAT for opioid-use disorder
Medications for addiction treatment (MAT) are underused, with racial, geographic and economic barriers. Learn about a Big Apple initiative that’s making big changes.
Chicago investments tackle health inequities from the ground up
AMA commits to $2 million investment toward the betterment of community health and well-being on Chicago’s West Side, marked by decades of disinvestment.
AMA in the News
AMA in the News: February 2020
Read media highlights mentioning the American Medical Association for February 2020.
AMA, West Side United invest $6M to close health gaps in Chicago
AMA joins major Chicago hospitals and Northern Trust in mission to improve the health of Chicago’s west side neighborhoods.
AMA, West Side United fight for health equity, one community at a time
As part of its goal to leverage strategic partnerships to empower physicians and communities, AMA is collaborating with West Side United (WSU) in addressing health inequity in 10 neighborhoods on Chicago’s west side.
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