Racially and ethnically minoritized populations and tribal communities often face preventable inequities in health outcomes due to structural disadvantages and diminished opportunities around health care, employment, education, and more. Federal Policy to Advance Racial, Ethnic, and Tribal Health Equity analyzes how past and current federal policies may create, maintain, and/or amplify racial, ethnic, and tribal health inequities. This report identifies key features of policies that have served to reduce inequities and makes recommendations to help achieve racial, ethnic, and tribal health equity.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2023. Federal Policy to Advance Racial, Ethnic, and Tribal Health Equity. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/26834.
|Summary Annex: Report Conclusions by Chapter||25-32|
|1 Statement of Task and Approach||33-76|
|2 Connection Between Health Equity and History, Federal Policy, and Data||77-132|
|3 Economic Stability||133-178|
|4 Education Access and Quality||179-222|
|5 Health Care Access and Quality||223-304|
|6 Neighborhood and Built Environment||305-354|
|7 Social and Community Context||355-406|
|8 Roadmap to Racial, Ethnic, and Tribal Health Equity||407-448|
|Appendix A: Public Meeting Agendas||449-456|
|Appendix B: Committee Member and Staff Biographies||457-468|
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