#123forEquity Training Symposiums
November 30, 2017 - Cary, North Carolina
Improving Health Care Quality, Achieving Health Equity and Meeting the Goals of the
Thursday, November 30, 2017 • 8:00 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. ET
North Carolina Hospital Association Headquarters
NC Hospital Center
2400 Weston Parkway
Cary, NC 27513
Member - $175
Non-member - $275
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The #123forEquity Training Symposiums were developed to help #123forEquity pledgers and endorsers successfully realize progress in four key areas that will provide the greatest opportunities for hospitals and health systems to improve the equity of health care delivered by:
- Increasing the collection and use of race, ethnicity, language preference data and other social-economic data;
- Increasing cultural competency training;
- Increasing diversity in leadership and governance; and
- Increasing community capacity.
Hosted by state hospital associations, the Institute for Diversity in Health Management (IFD) and the Disparities Solutions Center (DSC) are jointly conducting regional training sessions over the next two years to provide strategies that help hospitals and health systems to effectively achieve the goals of the #123forEquity pledge. The day-long curriculum will focus on execution strategies for each component of the pledge. Health care leaders will be able to implement these solid strategies at their hospitals and health systems to improve health care quality, increase diversity and inclusion, and achieve health equity for all.
Who should attend?
Hospital leaders charged with the management of their organization’s #123forEquity pledge activities. The #123 for Equity Road Show series, is being held in conjunction with the Disparities Solutions Center and the state hospital association.
Training Session Objectives:
- Provide training tools to meet the #123forEquity Pledge
- Assist teams to develop a blueprint for action
- Explore lessons learned and successful models
- Understanding and making a case for equity
- Developing key strategies for collecting, stratifying and using data and for providing cultural competence training of caregivers and staff
- Developing take away tools for an Equity Performance Dashboard/Report, creating a Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan and Blueprint for Action.
Cynthia Washington Interim President and CEO, Institute for Diversity in Health Management Joseph Betancourt, M.D. Founder and Director, Disparities Solutions Center Aswita Tan-McGrory
Interim President and CEO, Institute for Diversity in Health Management
Joseph Betancourt, M.D.
Founder and Director, Disparities Solutions Center
Aswita Tan-McGroryDeputy Director, Disparities Solutions Center
Session 1: The #123forEquity Pledge
- Background on #123forEquity Pledge
- AHA-IFD Disparities and Diversity Benchmark Survey Results: Insights to guide and benchmark action moving forward
Session 2: Breakout - Organizational Assessment
- Individuals or Team perform assessment of where they are on key aspects of #123forEquity Pledge; SWOT and map where they are and what they need to succeed
Session 3: Collecting Race/Ethnicity/Socio-Economic Demographic Data
- Overview of key strategies for collecting, stratifying and using data
Session 4: Creating a Diversity Inclusion Action Plan
- Overview of key strategies for developing diversity in governance and leadership
Session 5: Cultural Competence Training
- Overview of key strategies for cultural competence training of caregivers and staff
The Institute for Diversity in Health Management (IFD) and the Disparities Solutions Center (DSC) are partnering to provide practical, actionable strategies to meet the goals of the #123forEquity pledge by conducting regional training hosted by state hospital associations. These two organizations have deep expertise in diversity, quality and equity and are uniquely positioned to prepare hospitals to successfully meet the goals of the pledge.
Institute for Diversity in Health Management of the American Hospital Association is committed to expanding leadership opportunities for ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse individuals, and increasing the number of these individuals entering and advancing in the field. It is our vision when leadership reflects the communities it serves it will result in the delivery of high-value, culturally competent health care for all.
The Disparities Solutions Center at Massachusetts General Hospital is dedicated to the development and implementation of strategies that advance policy and practice to improve quality, eliminate racial and ethnic disparities, and achieve equity in health care in a time of rapid transformation.