About this event
20th Annual NMQF Leadership Summit on Health Disparities and Spring Health Braintrust
20 years ago, the National Minority Quality Forum established the Annual Summit on Health Disparities. This annual summit aims to assist health care providers, professionals, administrators, researchers, policy makers, community and faith-based organizations in delivering quality care to diverse populations. With nearly 1000 attendees annually, the Summit has educated thousands of health leaders.
This year’s focus for the National Minority Quality Forum’s 20th Annual Leadership Summit on Health Disparities and Spring Health Braintrust is centered around mental health and climate change. Join us April 25-26 for this in-person event featuring leaders across the healthcare equity community! All guests will be required to present a full Covid vaccination card and wear masks while inside the premises in accordance with Washington, DC mandates and guidelines.
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