It takes transdisciplinary care and data-informed clinical strategies to improve health outcomes and reduce barriers to access for underserved populations, especially during a pandemic. Explore practical solutions to increase health equity for those who need it most in our five-workshop Disparities Track at the ACU’s first-ever Virtual Conference from Sept. 14-18.
Whether you’re seeking to utilize PCMH criteria to address disparities or confront implicit bias, learn evidence-based strategies to reach underserved patients or want to know more about what COVID-19 is revealing about health equity, the five sessions included in our Disparities track will offer actionable best practices to improve your care delivery, administration, and advocacy.

These are but a few of the 20 workshops, general sessions, and keynotes at our CME-accredited symposium highlighting emerging issues and innovative practices in delivering health care to underserved populations. Both full and limited access options are available to help you focus on the sessions that excite you most.

Sign up now for #ACUConf—registration is limited, and ACU Members enjoy a significant discount.

Session Spotlight: Moment or a Movement: Where We Do Go From Here in Delivering Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion?

We’re excited to join national social justice leader Michael Curry for a DEI address on Sept. 15. An NAACP Board Member, Deputy CEO and General Counsel for MA League of Community Health Centers, and Professor of Health Policy at Suffolk University, he is a leading voice for health equity.