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76% of consumers report that they do not leave their doctor’s office on a positive note.
74% of Spanish-speaking patients have less-than-adequate health literacy as compared to 7% of English-speaking patients
Low health literacy is estimated to cost the U.S economy $236 billion every year.
Studies have consistently linked low health literacy with poor health outcomes, including non-adherence to treatment plans, poor self-care, high costs, and increased risk of hospitalization and mortality.
Certain apps can help you access your medical records while traveling domestically from one U.S. state to another or internationally.
And receive up to 33 AHIMA-Approved CEUs through the Institute for Healthcare Advancement (IHA).
A new blog post by David Muntz CHCIO, FCHIME, LCHIIME, FHIMSS says providers should leverage the potential of improved health literacy to impact health equity.
Through our Health Literacy for Health EquityTM initiative, we have an extraordinary opportunity to place people at the center of their own health journeys and tell great stories. Here is how you can help!