Equity Baseline Tracker

The Alliance for a Healthier South Carolina, along with 33 partner organizations, has issued a Call to Action for Health Equity which focuses on changing the way organizations see their role in helping diverse populations make healthy choices, access health and social services, and enjoy healthier physical and social environments. Take a look at the progress we made in the first year.

Using stratified data

 

Increase by 25% the proportion of organizations that are using race, ethnicity, language preference, and zip-code data for health improvement among clients.

  • 2015 Baseline 38%
  • July 2016 Goal 47%
CLAS Implementation

 

Increase by 10% the proportion of health and human service organizations that have implemented the CLAS Standards (Cultural and Linguistically Appropriate Services).

  • 2015 Baseline 63%
  • July 2017 Goal 69%
Filling the pipeline

Increase by 25% the proportion of organizations that are filling the pipeline through focused investments in vulnerable and minority communities, from cradle to executive management.

  • 2015 Baseline 46%
  • July 2018 Goal 58%
Cultural competence and responsiveness

Double the proportion of organizations that do annual cultural competence training organization-wide.

This indicator will have a baseline assessment in 2016

  • 2016 Baseline 0%
  • July 2017 Goal 0%
Community Engagement

 

Identify mechanisms that the different organizations in the Call to Action are using to engage the community, and their perception about where they are in the community engagement continuum.

This indicator will have a baseline assessment in 2016.

  • 2016 Baseline 0%
  • July 2017 Goal 0%