Federal, state, and local policymakers should engage in robust, fully funded public health activities and programs.
Federal and state health agencies should expand and improve standardized data collection, sharing, and reporting to identify and address disparities in service.
All levels of government and the private sector should take sustained actions to address the drivers of disparities in health and health outcomes.
Federal and state governments should support research that identifies the effects of health-promoting behaviors on public health.
Officials at all levels of government should help people fulfill their personal responsibility to protect their health by taking advantage of health-education opportunities and affordable and appro
Disparities in the use of prevention and screening services in public and private health insurance programs should be identified.
Federal and state governments should encourage coverage and payment of telehealth services for eligible beneficiaries to improve access and the quality of
Payment for telehealth services should be sufficient to incentivize telehealth use by providers and raise value for patients.
Organizations should continue to be prohibited from sharing or selling personally identifiable protected health data without prior consent.
Privacy protections should be embedded into health systems, products, and services.