Creating patient-centered health care systems to improve outcomes and reduce disparities

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Abstract

Health care delivery systems that are designed to understand and meet patient preferences for care have the potential to improve health outcomes and reduce disparities. Studies that rigorously assess patient care preferences in minority and underserved populations, stakeholder engagement, and policies that promote a diverse health care workforce that can address patient preferences are important levers for improving care for vulnerable populations.;

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Schmittdiel, J. A. (2015, August 18). Creating patient-centered health care systems to improve outcomes and reduce disparities. Israel Journal of Health Policy Research. BioMed Central Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13584-015-0039-2

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