Elena Rios

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President
National Hispanic Medical Association
As president of the NHMA, Dr. Rios represents the interests of Hispanic physicians in the United States. She sits on the board of the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda and co-chairs the Hispanic Health Coalition. Dr. Rios was appointed by former Health & Human Services secretary Donna Shalala to the advisory panel on Medicare education. She also serves as CEO of Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools Inc., an organization dedicated to improving health care for Hispanic patients.
 
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- Doctors To Meet On Health Care Reform For Hispanic Uninsured
- Physicians Meet State and Community Leaders on New Guidelines for Schools and the new Covered California to Reduce Early Childhood Obesity
- Physicians Meet State and Community Leaders on New Guidelines for Schools and the new Covered California to Reduce Early Childhood Obesity
- Laboratorio Buena Salud and The National Hispanic Medical Association, Partner up to Provide Better Diagnostic Services to the Latino Community and Physicians
- NHMA Convenes Summit on Hispanic Childhood Health
- Physicians Meet NY State and Community Leaders on New Guidelines for Schools, Health Insurance Exchange and Medicaid to Reduce Early Childhood Obesity
- NHHF Scholarship & Mentorship Program Targets Growing Demand for Diversity Among Health Care Professionals
- National Hispanic Medical Association Supports the Individual Insurance Mandate to Increase Healthy Communities
- National Hispanic Medical Association Urges the U.S. Supreme Court to Support the Individual Insurance Mandate to Increase Healthy Communities
- National Hispanic Medical Association Urges the U.S. Supreme Court to Support the Individual Insurance Mandate to Increase Healthy Communities
- National Hispanic Health Foundation Honors Leaders and Awards its Annual Scholarships to Outstanding Health Professional Students
- National Hispanic Health Foundation Honors Leaders and Awards its Annual Scholarships to Outstanding Health Professional Students
- National Hispanic Medical Association Brings Health Leaders to Meet with Congress on Prevention Strategies to Improve Health and Decrease Costs
- National Hispanic Medical Association Brings Health Leaders to Meet with Congress on Prevention Strategies to Improve Health and Decrease Costs
- Study: Latinos Face Major Health Risks from Delays of EPA Air Pollution Rules
- Study: Latinos Face Major Health Risks from Delays of EPA Air Pollution Rules
- National Hispanic Medical Association Slates Forums Across the Country to Inform Health Leaders on Opportunities Created by the New Affordable Care Act
- National Hispanic Medical Association Slates Forums Across the Country to Inform Health Leaders on Opportunities Created by the New Affordable Care Act
- National Hispanic Medical Association Takes Lead on Health Care Reform Implementation for Hispanic Populations During Their 15th Annual National Conference
- National Hispanic Medical Association Physicians Join Forces With National Medical Association and Office of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg
- National Hispanic Medical Association Physicians Join Forces With National Medical Association and Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee
- Disparity in Medical Research Participation Among Hispanics and Latinos Prompts Event
- Association of Hispanic Healthcare Executives Breaks New Ground Toward Eliminating Health Care Disparities
- Association of Hispanic Healthcare Executives Breaks New Ground Toward Eliminating Health Care Disparities
- Reducing Obesity for Hispanic Children is a Focus of the National Hispanic Medical Associations Congressional Briefing
- Reducing Obesity for Hispanic Children is a Focus of the National Hispanic Medical Association's Congressional Briefing
- Statement of Dr. Elena Rios, President and CEO, National Hispanic Medical Association
- Congressional Hispanic Caucus, National Hispanic Medical Association and Hispanic NGOs Meet with Obama Administration about Health Care Reform for Their Communities
- The Health Care Bill has Become Law
- National Hispanic Medical Association Urges U.S. to Improve Health Care Access as Doctors Meet March 25-28 in Washington
- National Hispanic Medical Association Urges U.S. to Improve Health Care Access as Doctors Meet March 25-28 in Washington
- All Eyes on Healthcare Reform
- Congressional Black, Hispanic and Asian and Pacific Islander Caucuses and National Minority Medical and Nursing Groups Support Health Care Reform for their Communities
- Congressional Black, Hispanic and Asian and Pacific Islander Caucuses and National Minority Medical and Nursing Groups Support Health Care Reform for their Communities
- National Hispanic Medical Association Supports Universal Health Coverage
- National Hispanic Medical Association Supports Universal Health Coverage
- Healthcare Business Booms Amid National Discussion Over Reform
- The Hispanic Paradox: U.S. Hispanics Live Longer, Despite Socio-Economic Hurdles
- Statement of Dr. Elena Rios, MD, MSPH, President and CEO, National Hispanic Medical Association
- National Hispanic Medical Association to Focus Health Reform on Health Disparities and Comparative Effectiveness Research
- National Hispanic Medical Association Conference in NYC Focuses on Increasing the Latino Health Care Workforce
- National Hispanic Medical Association Conference in NYC Focuses on Increasing the Latino Health Care Workforce
- NHHF Scholarship Program Targets Growing Demand for Diversity Among Health Care Professionals
- NHHF Scholarship Program Targets Growing Demand for Diversity Among Health Care Professionals
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida Hosts Dr. Elena Rios, President & CEO of National Hispanic Medical Association
- President/CEO of National Hispanic Medical Association Dr. Elena Rios Addresses Health Care and Health Disparities at Republican National Convention
- President/CEO of National Hispanic Medical Association Dr. Elena Rios to Address Health Care and Health Disparities Tonight at Republican National Convention
- The National Hispanic Medical Association and The New York Academy of Medicine Showcased Health Care Reform for Minority Communities at Policy Briefing July 15
- The National Hispanic Medical Association and The New York Academy of Medicine Showcased Health Care Reform for Minority Communities at Policy Briefing July 15
- Health Disparities a Costly But Treatable Issue
- Health Disparities a Costly but Treatable Issue
- NHMA, Office of Minority Health Unveil Findings of Summits to Eliminate Health Disparities at Conference April 17-20
- Students Pursuing Health Care Careers Receive $24,000 in Scholarships from National Hispanic Health Foundation
- Students Pursuing Health Care Careers Receive $24,000 in Scholarships From National Hispanic Health Foundation
- NHHF Scholarship Program Targets Growing Demand for Diversity Among Health Care Professionals; Students Selected From New York and New Jersey
- Congress, Media, Experts Come Together to Target Health Disparities at National Hispanic Medical Association Briefing
- Congress, Media, Experts Come Together to Target Health Disparities at National Hispanic Medical Association Briefing
- Heart Attacks Serve As ‘Wake-Up’ Call for Hispanic Community
- At New Bicultural Health Portal, There’s always a Doctor in the House to Inform Physicians, Latino Patients
- Heart Attacks Serve as 'Wake-Up' Call for Hispanic Community
- National Hispanic Medical Association Draws U.S. Doctors to San Antonio
- NHHF Scholarship Program Targets Growing Demand for Diversity Among Health Care Professionals; Students Selected from New York, Texas and California
- National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators Announce Fourth National Summit Agenda
- An American Health Crisis: There’s No Doctor in the House NHMA Urges U.S. Leaders to Fund Training for Latino, Minority Doctors to Meet Demand as Baby Boomers Age, Population Grows
- Scholarships Available for Bilingual, Bicultural Students Pursuing Careers in Health Care
- NHMA, HHS Office of Minority Health to Tackle Health Disparities, Obesity and Diabetes Among Latinos
- Dr. Raúl Perea-Henze to Receive Hispanic Health Leadership Award
- NHMA, HHS to Honor Latino Doctors in Louisiana and Texas Helping New Orleans Rise from Crisis
- 10 Latino Students Win National Hispanic Health Foundation Scholarships in Health Professions
- NHMA Teams with HHS to Trim Obesity in Hispanics; NHMA’s National Focus Begins in Texas
- Federal Health Care Workforce Needs More Hispanic Leaders to Spearhead U.S. Health Policy for Changing Nation
- National Hispanic Medical Association to Discuss Ways to Offer Health Insurance to Families, Workers Across U.S.-Mexico Border
- Medicare Drug Benefit to Help Improve Health of Hispanic Elderly
- Scholarships Available for Bilingual, Bicultural Students Pursuing Careers in Health Care
- Heart of the Matter
- Forum Seeks to Increase Insured, Expand Cross-Border Health Coverage
- U.S. Healthcare Professions Separate and Unequal
- New Research Shows Uninsured Children Missing Out on Checkups, Other Medical Care
- More Hispanics Needed in Clinical Trials
- NYU School of Medicine and Bellevue Hospital Host Conference to Examine Health Issues in the Hispanic Population
- Mexican-Americans Less Aware of High Blood Pressure and High Cholesterol, One-Third to Half as Likely to Be Treated as Whites
- Disparities in Health Care a Costly Problem for Nation; National Hispanic Medical Association Urges Equitable Care, Diagnosis and Treatment
- The National Hispanic Medical Association Announces Support of the A1C<7% by 2007(TM) Blueprint
- October 3 Public Hearing to Focus On The Shortage of Minority Health Professionals
- Congressional Briefing Highlights Need for “Diversity in the Health Professions” to End Scarcity of Hispanic Doctors, Dentists, Nurses
- Machismo Attitudes Keep Hispanic Men From Going to the Doctor
- MACHISMO ATTITUDES KEEP HISPANIC MEN FROM GOING TO THE DOCTOR
- Surgeon General Richard Carmona to Speak at D.C. Conference
- NEW SURGEON GENERAL RICHARD CARMONA TO SPEAK AT D.C. CONFERENCE
- THE LATINO INFLUENCER NETWORK (LIN) JOINS KEY POLICYMAKERS AND ADVOCACY GROUPS TO DECLARE THE IMPORTANCE OF MEASURING A1C FOR LATINOS LIVING WITH DIABETES
- Health Report: Inside the Care Crisis






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