Increasing Health Equity in Your Community
Success in healthcare requires organizations improve quality and clinical effectiveness while decreasing costs. Healthcare organizations committed to outcomes improvement must also be committed to health equity, and their first step is making it a systemwide, leadership-driven priority. This includes investing in the structures and processes to provide culturally competent care to many different patient populations.
Healthcare professionals need to understand their patients’ lives, address their population-specific healthcare needs, make their practices inclusive, and build trusting relationships that enable them to openly participate in care.
This white paper discusses how organizations can harness the potential of virtual care for greater health equity and improved access to care with embedded language services, as well as the advances in technology that are facilitating these changes.
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