HFMA’s first Black chair tells finance leaders to focus on diversity, inclusion and health equity

Elvera Bartels

Health care Fiscal Administration Association’s new chair, Tammie L. Jackson

Health care Fiscal Administration Association Chair Tammie L. Jackson identified as on health care finance leaders to focus on decreasing health care disparities and selling overall health equity, all through HFMA’s Once-a-year Meeting held this 7 days in Minneapolis and on the net.

Whilst overall health disparities have been documented for a long time, the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccination efforts brought the situation to the forefront for providers, payers and companies.

An August Business Group on Overall health survey confirmed that overall health equity and COVID-19’s extended-phrase influence were being amongst the leading five significant areas of problem for significant U.S. companies.
“Overall health disparities have extended been section of our ‘before’ narrative, perfectly researched and documented for a long time,” Jackson advised finance professionals in a statement launched by the HFMA. “No issue your position in this marketplace, there

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