Health Equity & Quintuple Aim

February 1, 2023 | Chapter Event





Health Equity & Quintuple Aim Webinar

Health Equity is widely recognized as an issue across the nation, and the commitment to address health disparities has grown dramatically. Yet many healthcare institutions have struggled to move from commitment to action.

The Quintuple Aim is a framework for improving the value of care. The goals are to increase longevity, improve the experience of care, advance wellness and prevention, reduce the cost of care, and improve population health.

Join nationally recognized health equity executive leaders who will highlight the latest research on, and practical strategies to jumpstart health equity in your organization. Learn how to recruit and retain a diverse workforce that supports this goal and the correlation between diversity in staff and improving outcomes for all patients.


Date: Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST

Place: Zoom Event  (Session recording available to registrants post-event)

CE Credits: Earn 1 CE hour for CPHIMS℠ or CAHIMS℠

Cost: Free for Members & Non-Members


Webinar Recording

Watch on Zoom (HD - High Quality video, need to login to Zoom)

Watch on YouTube (SD - Low Quality video, no login)


Webinar PowerPoint

Slide Deck



Featured Speakers


Leon Clark, MBA

Chief Research and Health Equity Officer

Sutter Health




Alisahah Jackson, M.D.


Lloyd H. Dean Institute for Humankindness & Health Justice





Michellene Davis, Esq.

President & CEO

National Medical Fellowships, Inc.




In this discussion of innovative approaches and practical advice, you will learn

  • Why this is important and the cost of health disparities
  • Where to start and what really works
  • How we should approach the intersection of digital transformation and health equity
  • How and where we should invest
  • How do we measure short and long term success; ensure we are measuring what matters


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Quintuple Aim * Learn More*

The Quintuple Aim for Health Care Improvement

A New Imperative to Advance Health Equity

JAMA January 21, 2022