To make meaningful change, we need people inside the health care system to understand why health inequities exist in the first place, and to take action.
Our health care system needs work. Read more about how we're changing the systems that deliver health to Coloradans.
Patient-centered care has long been a buzzword in health care. At Center for Health Progress, we’re trying to take the concept one step further.
Every one of our institutions—at one point or another—has operated in ways that have oppressed LGBTQ people, and the damage is far-reaching.
I hope as our work to address the social determinants of health evolves, we keep our eyes upstream and work toward community- and systems-level solutions.
Anti-racism is a way of being not a declaration. Here are a few questions to reflect on as you continue down your path of anti-racism.