/ Categories: News, Press Releases

Arbor Research Collaborative for Health Announces Partnership with Altarum to Support and Evaluate the National Hypertension Control Initiative

Study partnership will address disparities in hypertension control among racial and ethnic minority populations

Arbor Research Collaborative for Health is announcing a collaboration with Altarum to support the National Hypertension Control Initiative (NHCI), a partnership between the Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and the Office of Minority Health (OMH).

The study’s goal is to increase increase provider and staff engagement to implement evidence-based practices that improve clinical quality measures for hypertension control. Arbor Research and Altarum will support up to 150 participating health centers to document, analyze, and help troubleshoot key health center accomplishments and challenges.

“This important initiative addresses longstanding inequities in historically underserved communities that have been magnified and illuminated by the COVID pandemic”, says Dr. Rebecca Mandell, PhD, research lead at Arbor Research. “We are thrilled to be working with our partner, Altarum, to improve health outcomes in this area.”

Click here to learn more about this exciting initiative.

Previous Article Arbor Research Collaborative for Health Announces Hire of Chauncey Lynch, BS, as Vice President of Finance & Chief Financial Officer
Print

Featured Articles