Browse the following AHA resources, which ensure that Accelerating Health Equity Conference attendees have the information and tools they need to help advance health equity and support healthy communities year-round.

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The Health Equity Roadmap

A national initiative to drive improvement in health care outcomes, health equity, diversity and inclusion. The Health Equity Roadmap is a framework to help hospitals and health systems chart their own paths towards transformation – thus becoming more equitable and inclusive organizations.

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Health Equity Action Library (HEAL)

This knowledge bank hosts a wealth of resources and tools that focus on practical, how-to solutions to help hospitals and health systems build more inclusive and equitable communities.

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Community Health Assessment Toolkit

AHA’s Community Health Assessment Toolkit offers a nine-step pathway for conducting a CHA and developing implementation strategies. Click on the icon for each step to read about that part of the process.

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Societal Factors that Influence Health Framework

AHA’s framework is designed to guide hospitals’ strategies to address the social needs of their patients, social determinants of health in their communities and the systemic causes that lead to health inequities.

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Community Investment for Health

Strategies and Resources for investing in Community Health, helps create the social and physical environments that support community health over the long term.

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The Hospital Community Collaborative

The Hospital Community Collaborative (HCC) provides proven ideas, insights and resources for creating effective, sustainable collaborations between hospitals and community organizations across sectors to accelerate health equity.

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