Insights and data from health care leaders can help accurately track national trends and significant developments – particularly in the area of health equity, writes Joy Lewis, AHA’s senior vice president of health equity strategies. Lewis discusses upcoming opportunities, including a survey that the Institute for Diversity and Health Equity will release early next year, that will improve the field’s ability to ensure equity in health care for all. 

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