How to leverage innovation models to achieve health equity: Build. Measure. Share.
Tim Raderstorf, DNP, MSN, BS (a), Maureen Bisognano, MSN, BSN (b), Kate Trinter, MHI, BSN (c) — (a) Talent Partner, and Health, Columbus, OH; (b) President Emerita and Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Boston, MA; (c) Continuing Education Specialist, Ohio State University College of Nursing, Columbus, OH
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The Future of Nursing 2020 to 2030: Charting a Path to Achieve Health Equity (2021) highlights inequality throughout healthcare. People of color exhibit lower life expectancy levels than their White counterparts. LGTBQ individuals are 2.7 times more likely than heterosexuals to experience a violent crime . Lower-income individuals report their health status at lower levels than high-income earners. Health and healthcare in America are not equitable. With only 58% of healthcare organizations considering “Heath Equity” as a top-three priority, there is a substantial and dire need for innovation to fill the gap between the healthcare that is needed and what is being provided. This article explores the Build. Measure. Share. model for healthcare innovation as an approach to encourage and empower healthcare professionals to take meaningful steps toward creating an equitable and just health system.
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|Citation||Raderstorf, T., Bisognano, M., & Trinter, K. (2022, November/December). How to leverage innovation models to achieve health equity: Build. Measure. Share.. Nurs Outlook, 70(6S1), S88-S95. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.outlook.2022.05.009. http://hdl.handle.net/10755/23087.|
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