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The Positive Legacy of COVID-19

The Positive Legacy of COVID-19

It seems almost hubristic to say it, but we've made some progress in the COVID-19 pandemic this year. Obviously we’re still dealing with infections and new variants; plenty of people still refuse the vaccine. And no doubt we’ll deal with the crisis fallout for years to come, including treating...

Our New Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Program

Our New Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Program

It’s been more than a year since the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis – what Caste author Isabel Wilkerson called a “psychic break” in our nation’s consciousness. Since then, many organizations have launched new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) programs to elevate their workforce...

The Tribal EM Summer Reading List

The Tribal EM Summer Reading List

What’s on your summer reading list? Recently our Tribal EM Book Club read Caste by Isabel Wilkerson, which the New York Times called "the keynote nonfiction book of the American century thus far." The book examines the 8 pillars of modern caste divisions, including the impact of racism and caste...

Dismantling LGBTQ+ Health Barriers

Dismantling LGBTQ+ Health Barriers

Now that we’re reaching the end of June, you’ve probably noticed that this is Pride Month. If you’re not familiar with its origins, Pride celebrates the anniversary of June 28, 1969, when a confrontation with police at Stonewall Inn ignited the modern gay rights movement. These days, many...

Alzheimer’s Disease in Indian Country

Alzheimer’s Disease in Indian Country

Mention Native American health concerns and many people will think of diabetes or kidney disease. Those issues tend to get the biggest spotlight when it comes to tribal health. But Alzheimer’s or dementia? You won’t hear quite as much about cognitive decline issues – even though they’re on the...

4 Solutions to the Provider Shortage Crisis

4 Solutions to the Provider Shortage Crisis

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the term provider shortage was white noise to many healthcare professionals. They knew it was an issue, they knew it impacted patients, but the shortage seemed baked into the healthcare landscape – impossible to fix. And because shortages are the most extreme in rural...

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