Behavioral Health Business January 30, 2023
Chris Larson

CVS Health (NYSE: CVS) has partnered with three local health providers in an effort to improve the mental health and heart health of underserved communities in Detroit and Chicago.

The partnerships form the CVS Health Community Equity Alliance, the healthcare conglomerate said on Monday. The alliance seeks to bring CVS Health funding and insights in addition to local expertise and know-how to bear on community health disparities.

“These collaborations will help us deliver on our health equity strategy and commitment to making health care accessible for everyone,” Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, vice president and chief health equity officer for CVS Health, said in a news release.

Specifically, the alliance focuses on growing community health worker workforces and improving connections between communities...

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