National Health Plan Collaborative: Toolkit on Reducing Disparities

This national collaborative of twelve of the largest health plans in the U.S. worked together to develop tools and strategies to reduce health care disparities.  With primary funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the collaborative developed tools to collect race, ethnicity and primary language data and to improve language access for their members with limited English proficiency.  

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The lessons learned from the national collaborative were summarized in this an article published in the Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety.  

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