Fighting invisible barriers to equitable health care. Interview by Patrick Mullen.
Hood, R G
Hood, R G (2001) Fighting invisible barriers to equitable health care. Interview by Patrick Mullen. Journal of the National Medical Association, 93 (6). pp. 197-200.
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Last August, Rodney G. Hood, M.D., was installed as the 101st president of the National Medical Association, which represents more than 25,000 African-American physicians. As president, he will focus on eliminating racial and ethnic health disparities, particularly in the areas of cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes mellitus, and HIV/AIDS. A board-certified internist, Hood has been in private medical practice for more than 20 years and is currently managing partner of Care-View Medical Group in San Diego. He cofounded and is president of MultiCultural Primary Physician Medical Group, a 300-physician IPA, and founded CompCare, a 7,000-enrollee Medicaid health plan. In 1973, Hood…