Two comment letters shaped by AAMC CHARGE members' expertise recommend strategies for advancing environmental justice on the federal level.
The first major update to Dept. of Health and Human Services Section 504 in nearly 50 years will improve health care for people with disabilities.
The letter expresses strong reservations about the NIMHD's decision to not designate people with disabilities as a health disparity population.
AAMC CHARGE members contributed to the center's letter to the OMB on its proposed updates to federal race and ethnicity categories.
The center provides comments on a new proposed objective to increase the number of citizens who vote.
To inform the feedback to NICCIH, AAMC CHARGE weighed in on the factors and social determinants they believed have the greatest impact on health,
The center recommends extending telehealth services and increasing collaboration with other federal agencies, community organizations, and partners.
The AAMC urged PCORI to prioritize partnerships, stakeholder engagement, community collaborations, and trust-building in research.
The Center for Health Justice identified challenges and made recommendations to improve alignment and address the social determinants of health.
The center recommended that agencies incorporate strategies for the engagement and retention of diverse stakeholders.