Most would agree that the opportunity to be healthy and well is a basic human right. Where the complications arise are in the varying beliefs on how to achieve healthy people and communities. Calls for change in the health system have swept across the country over the past several years, with a renewed focus propelled by recent events like the pandemic and racial justice movements that drew the national spotlight. But like the tide, these waves often come and go without permanently changing systems and structures to advance health equity for all people.
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