Video Series Highlights Health Equity, Dashboard Available to Measure Progress

Posted on August 12, 2021

Advancing Health EquityThe MHA and MHA Keystone Center are committed to assisting members in advancing health equity, eliminating disparities and addressing institutional racism to improve care for all Michiganders. The third and final video in the MHA Keystone Center’s video series, Eliminating Disparities to Advance Health Equity, is now available and highlights the Health Equity Organizational Assessment (HEOA) dashboard.

The video series was developed to provide guidance on completing the HEOA accurately. The HEOA identifies key priorities within nationally recognized components of an organization’s ability to identify and address disparities. The first video served as a call to action to sign the pledge and the second video detailed how to complete the HEOA.

The final video discusses how to use the HEOA dashboard, which provides a detailed report containing custom feedback and recommendations to help organizations identify key actions and next steps. Members may access the HEOA in KeyMetrics.

In conjunction with the video series, the MHA Keystone Center released the second edition of the guide, Eliminating Disparities to Advance Health Equity and Improve Quality. This version is updated to better align with the HEOA, specifically the letters of implementation and star ratings in section 5.  

Members with questions may contact the MHA Keystone Center.


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