Why COVID-19 hits Latinx at nearly double overall U.S. rate
18% of U.S. residents are Latinx, but they account for 33% of the nation’s COVID-19 cases. Find out what’s driving the inequity and how to fix it.
Accelerating Change in Medical Education
Revising the history and physical for new era in medicine
A new model of the history and physical exam—the H&P 360—can help physicians adapt to their changing role in the health care system.
Prioritizing Equity video series
The Prioritizing Equity video series examines how health care equity determines care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prioritizing Equity video series: Structural Racism and the Latinx Community
In this installment of the AMA Prioritizing Equity webinar series, join public health leaders for a panel discussion on COVID-19 and the Latinx community.
Who gets coronavirus vaccine first? Ethics, equity drive plan
Learn more with the AMA about experts’ four-phase plan for the distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine upon FDA approval.
How health inequities outlive historical social injustices
A Harvard social epidemiologist argues that health care policy should account for the long-lasting impact of injustices on patients’ well-being.
How Henry Ford shows the way on tackling patients’ social needs
The Henry Ford Health System has found innovative ways to address the social determinants that drive Detroiters’ poor health outcomes.
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