Sustainable Health Equity

Mary Kerich


Sustainable Health Equity (SHE) is a progressive national initiative that promotes the health of individual citizens and communities by modifying socio economic and environmental factors that correspond to social determinants of health. The sustainable health equity focuses on modalities to engage policy actors, stakeholders and decision makers to conceptualize an actionable public health policy. The collaborative national initiative is multifaceted which is principally to provide consistent health care that does not vary according to demographics like gender, age, ethnicity, socioeconomic and geographical location. Cultural congruent and universal health care are the pillars to health equity in the United States. The Stakeholders include government, researchers, civil societies, health care professionals, providers and the public. An actionable SHE policy will advance public confidence in the executive, judiciary, legislators and public officials. Multidisciplinary and multilevel engagement is essential in addressing health disparity in the United States. Strategies to foster political power, create awareness, advocate for high-quality health care progress evidence- based practices, research and equal allocation of material and resources. SHE prospective is inherent with the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services unequivocal resonance in public service, and exemplary leadership.

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