This report examines how the collection of race and ethnicity information from patients can help to reduce health disparities and create health equity.
This publication provides highlights from the report Health Equity and Leadership: The Importance of Leadership in Achieving Organizational Cultural Competency.
This paper examines the important role leaders play in promoting, guiding and supporting cultural competency development throughout a health care service organization.
This two-pager highlights The Trust's Health Equity and Racial and Ethnic Workforce Diversity report, including opportunities for health care organizations to address health inequities, barriers organizations face and factors that lead to successf
This report examines the makeup of the health care workforce in Colorado, health equity provisions in the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act that pertain to workforce diversity and misconceptions that stand as barriers to diversifying
Project Health Colorado supported people throughout the state to discuss health care and how it could be improved.
To increase awareness and understanding of health equity, The Colorado Trust sponsored its first Health Equity Learning Series in 2013.
Project Health Colorado was a community-focused effort designed to engage individuals and organizations in discussions about improving health care.
Storytelling is an important strategy for persuading audiences across many different issues.
Social media strategies are essential parts of many advocacy campaigns.