Title:Health equity impact assessment: a primer.
Author(s):Haber, Rebecca
Subject:Health issues – poverty|split|Health issues – poverty and health care|split|Health issues – social determinants of health|split|Poverty – programs, services
Publisher:Wellesley Institute
Place of Publication:Toronto
Date of Publication:2010
Abstract:

To drive health equity into action we need to understand the needs of health disadvantaged populations, identify barriers to equitable access to quality care, and build equity into priority setting, resource allocation and performance management. Health Equity Impact Assessment is a practical and effective planning tool that analyzes the potential impact of service, program or policy changes on health disparities and/or health disadvantaged populations. It can help to plan new services or initiatives or assess and re-align existing programs; and using it has proven valuable to building awareness of and embedding equity within organizations.

Material Type:Report

F. SOCIAL ISSUES/F.02 HEALTH/2010 health_equity.pdf

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