Health Literacy Empowers Individuals and Communities

Increasing the health literacy of people in poverty, the uninsured, and the most vulnerable populations positively impacts their health, confidence, resilience, and self-reliance. Regional health improvement collaboratives are well positioned to bring forward community-centric solutions because of their multi-stakeholder multi-sector work and vested interest in creating thriving communities.

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Working Towards Health Equity Must Be a Daily Habit

In an interview with NRHI, Tanikka Price, JD, Director of Data and Finance for the Central Ohio Pathways Hub program at the Health Collaborative of Greater Columbus (HCGC) discussed the implications of systemic racism – in general and in the context of health and healthcare, and the role Regional Health Improvement Collaboratives play in overcoming health disparities.

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