Learn what works—and what doesn't—to reduce racial and ethnic disparities. A guide to achieving equity while improving quality of care.
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The FAIR Database contains 388 categorized journal article summaries from Finding Answers' systematic reviews of health disparities literature.
In a mid-course progress report, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) takes a look at the activities, successes, and lessons learned by Finding Answers since its inception in 2005.
Many racial and ethnic minority patients experience lower-quality health care compared to white patients. This disparity is unacceptable. Health care systems need better tools and strategies to address disparities in their quality improvement agendas. Finding Answers is evaluating 33 interventions around the U.S. aimed at reducing these inequities, and working to disseminate successful interventions broadly. Learn More »
A new "roadmap" based on evaluations of existing efforts to reduce disparities aims to give organizations expert guidance on what they can do to improve health equity in their own patient populations. The roadmap caps off a symposium of six papers published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine. Read More »