Work identifying disparities, completed by Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality, was recently featured in a paper published in the Wisconsin Medical Journal. The March 2021 special issue focused on how the health of the people in Wisconsin is affected by race and racism. The special issue featured a report, submitted by a team comprised of UW School of Medicine and Public Health and Health Innovation Program researchers and Matt Gigot, MPH and Abbey Harburn, MPH from WCHQ, based on their work to identify racial and ethnic disparities in health outcome and care measures in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality featured in Wisconsin Medical Journal Paper
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