Achieving Health Equity: Where does the Health Care's System's Responsibility End?
Failure to address prevention and health disparities are costly in both social and economic terms
We can no longer overlay silos on the continuum of basic to population science
Hospitals and universities are "anchor" institutions that have a moral and business imperative to change business-as-usual related to community health
Presentation: 43 minutes
Recommended CitationEmmons, PhD, Karen M., "Achieving Health Equity: Where does the Health Care's System's Responsibility End?" (2014). Kimmel Cancer Center Papers, Presentations, and Grand Rounds. Paper 19.