Access to Affordable Quality Health Care is Top Priority of Hispa

2018 Healthy Americas Survey also finds support for policies promoting healthy food access and tobacco control; community agencies actively involved in civic engagement efforts


Washington, DC. Marking the 45th Anniversary of the National Alliance for Hispanic Health (the Alliance), the Healthy Americas Institute today released a far-ranging survey of the opinions and priorities of Hispanic leadership for fostering healthy communities. The principal executive officers of 110 community-based health and human services organizations responded to the survey with those organizations representing 673 program delivery sites providing services to 3.8 million people annually.