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The AHE network is comprised of scholars and/or advocates with expert and lived experience of the issues impacting the health and wellness of communities across the United States. Below, find several interviews with members of the AHE team and Learning Collaborative participants. Be sure to check back regularly for new videos.

Episode 4 of Small Bytes examines how laying the groundwork for inclusion now can help teams achieve long-term benefits later. AHE National Advisory Committee member Dennis Heaphy explains how inclusive teams are a critical component to #healthequity efforts.

Click here to read more of Heaphy’s advice for teams.

Episode 3 of Small Bytes discusses how AHE teams are applying principles from adrienne maree brown’s conceptualization of Emergent Strategy. Kim Singletary and Vicki Quintana discuss how AHE is using Emergent Strategy to influence AHE’s approach to care and payment transformation.

Click here to read more about how to apply principles of Emergent Strategy to your team’s work.

Episode 2 of Small Bytes examines changes to AHE in 2023. Kim Singletary and AHE Deputy Director Suzi Montasir discuss the new teams joining the AHE Learning Collaborative as well as AHE’s approach to reducing health inequities using principles of antiracism.

The Small Bytes series is designed to provide key Advancing Health Equity (AHE) audiences with early insights from the project.

In the pilot episode of the series, Kim and Anne discuss:

  • Why Money Matters
  • Changes to Medicaid Services
  • Payment Reform Challenges

Read Anne’s full paper here: Developing a Payment and Spending Strategy to Advance Health Equity: Checklist for Medicaid Decision-Makers.

Advancing Health Equity Virtual Panel Event

During this May 18, 2021 virtual event, panelists from AHE’s Learning Collaborative discuss how they are actively working to identify and implement strategies to reduce and eliminate disparities in health and health care by aligning payment reform and quality improvement efforts.

Length: 1 hour 12 minutes