Health Equity

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Health Equity Commitment

At CareSource, we are dedicated to the communities we serve, and to making a positive impact in the lives of our members through the elimination of health disparities, supporting health equity initiatives and partnering with community stakeholders to carry out this work.

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Trainings and Resources

We recognize our responsibility to provide educational resources that support our providers’ and other community partners’ ability to deliver effective and culturally competent care, helping us reach our goal to reduce and ultimately eliminate the disparities in health care that adversely affect our members.

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In Our Community

From the CareSource Foundation to employee volunteer days, read the latest on how we foster partnerships that benefit the communities where we live, work and play.

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Provider Responsibilities

CareSource encourages our employees and providers to practice cultural humility through self-reflection, including awareness of our beliefs, values, and implicit biases, recognizing that cultural competency requires ongoing learning from those whose beliefs and experiences differ from our own, respecting the other person’s identity and acknowledging that each of us is the sole expert on ourselves.

Dr. Cameula Wright

I am proud to work for a company that is committed to achieving health equity for all of our members. It is important that we, as a health care company, understand and work to eliminate factors, such as the social determinants of health, that can make an individual at risk for poorer health outcomes. By championing health equity, we are truly able to make a lasting difference in the lives of our members and the communities that we serve.

-Dr. Cameual Wright, Vice President, Health Equity and Advocacy Team, Committee Chair