Through our strategic partnerships with minority physicians and quality focused organizations comprised of clinicians chiefly serving underserved populations, the HCDI TCPI SAN will focus its efforts to improve diabetes care management through a multicultural approach to address health equity. This includes a focus on: diabetes, which has a higher prevalence among certain minority populations; specific education on the collection and use of data stratified by race, ethnicity and language, and sensitivity training on cultural and linguistic delivery of care and performance measurement for diabetes outcomes.
National Council of Asian and Pacific Islander Physicians
The National Council of Asian Pacific Islander Physicians (NCAPIP) is comprised of over 8,000 physician advocates across the U.S. NCAPIP affords its members the opportunity to communicate about issues critical to practice operations and become part of a powerful voice standing up for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander patients and communities.
The National Minority Quality Forum is a research and educational organization dedicated to ensuring high risk racial and ethnic populations and communities receive optimal health care. This nonprofit, nonpartisan organization integrates data and expertise in support of initiatives to eliminate health disparities.