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An individual’s culture and language play a large part in their health. Healthcare professionals see the impact that culturally sensitive approaches can have on building greater awareness, closing care gaps, and spurring health-driven patient action.
In a previous article, we looked at foundational ways that provider organizations can close care gaps: cyclical consistency, workflow integration, and alignment with care priorities.
Health plans and provider organizations are beginning to wrestle with the non-medical influences that significantly affect patient health.
Numerous op-eds, American Medical Association (AMA) blog posts, and journal articles explore different perspectives concerning the role of providers in supporting health equity.
Engaging patients has become more of a focal point for healthcare. Motivated people tend to believe in their ability to improve or maintain their quality of life.
Rural healthcare has existed outside the influence of many value-based programs. With low case rates and specialized reimbursements, rural care clinics have not been folded into the transition.