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What went down at the first HIMSS Global Equity Week — with Denise Hines

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What went down at the first HIMSS Global Equity Week — with Denise Hines

October 30, 2020

What went down at the first HIMSS Global Equity Week — with Denise Hines

Last week, HIMSS held Global Health Equity Week, a week of education and action around disparities in public health. Hundreds of participants around the world attended virtual webinars and virtual marches and wrote to their governmental representatives, while HIMSS announced grants to support industry diversity and a new tech challenge, all around the theme of maternal health.

Host Jonah Comstock and MobiHealthNews Managing Editor Laura Lovett welcomed HIMSS Chief Americas Officer Denise Hines to the show to look back at the week, and look ahead to the work still to be done.

Talking points:

  • How National Health IT Week became Global Health Equity Week
  • The (ongoing) virtual policy march
  • HIMSS member engagement and participation
  • The HIMSS Foundation grants to support industry diversity
  • How virtual meet-ups helped convene the HIMSS community
  • The Global Maternal Health Tech Challenge
  • What it means to support healthcare for all
  • How you can still help by joining the Global Health Equity Network

More related to this episode:

Join the Global Health Equity Network

Join the Virtual March

More about Global Health Equity Week

Improving outcomes for expectant Black women is focus during HIMSS Global Health Equity Week

HIMSS announces global tech challenge to improve maternal health outcomes worldwide

COVID-19 hasn't just spotlighted healthcare inequity – it's made it worse

Digital divide remains, despite big COVID-19 tech innovation

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