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How to Create a More Welcoming and Inclusive Experience for Patients


If a patient doesn’t have a good experience with a physician, they are less likely to seek care again, which can lead to lack of regular treatment and monitoring. This contributes to health disparities among all populations, but especially in the LGBTQ+ community, 30% of whom do not have a regular health care provider or seek care less frequently.

A whitepaper developed from a study published in Medical Decision Making found that patients are more likely to have a positive response to health care providers when small interventions are used to signal a commitment to gender inclusivity on the part of the provider.

Identifying and incorporating interventions that increase inclusivity are simple but crucial.

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