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David S. Cade Announced as Speaker at the Virtual National Health Equity Summit

  • April, 24, 2021

AHLA’s Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, David S. Cade, has been announced as a speaker at the Virtual National Health Equity Summit

The Summit features a faculty of over 200 national experts and is intended to explore solutions to racial inequities, as well as racial and ethnic discrimination and disparities, in both health and health care. The goal of the Summit will be to define the issues; provide sophisticated historical, social, epidemiological and demographic context; set forth specific challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic; feature practical and actionable approaches to addressing and improving access and equity; and help to foster a community of researchers and change agents committed to redressing health inequities.

“I am grateful to have the opportunity to contribute to this critical Summit and engage our community on health equity, a topic that is so important to AHLA,” comments David S. Cade, Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of AHLA, “I look forward to sharing lessons learned from the Summit with AHLA members on our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Health Care Hub.”

The Summit will be held June 7-June 10, 2021 and hosted by Global Health Care LLC.  Registration is free thanks to grants from the Commonwealth Fund, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the California Blue Shield Foundation, the California Health Care Foundation, the John A. Hartford Foundation, the SCAN Foundation and the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, and a variety of other organizations and individuals. 

About Global Health Care, LLC:

Global Health Care, LLC was founded in 1997. It has developed, organized and administered conferences, audioconferences, trade shows, courses, customized learning and education and internet-based programming, alone, or in joint venture with or on behalf of sponsoring organizations for over 20 years. It seeks to illuminate complex issues of health care practice and policy by bringing together leading-edge doers and thinkers – from operations to academia, from clinical practice to corporate management, from Main Street to Wall Street and from patient to politician. For more information, please visit