Health is Not a Universal Language

Many immigrants seek out doctors that accommodate their language and culture. The problem is that those doctors aren’t always equipped to identify and treat serious illnesses.

Including Patient Voices

Patient engagement is the practice of integrating patient input into healthcare decisions and discussions. This can occur on an individual level to improve specific care, or it can be applied to the industry. Many caretakers already implement this into their daily routines.

Complex Care: Discussing Patient Values with Health Professionals

Patient Values might sound like a moralistic term, but it encompasses much more than just a belief system. It refers to any factor that affects how a patient feels about their healthcare options.

Do More than “No Harm”

A 2018 report from USA Today found that the U.S. has among the highest risk to delivering mothers to experience deadly or near-death injuries. Not for unpreventable reasons, but due to skipped safety procedures such as failure to track blood loss.

Tips you can use to stay out of or reduce your medical debt burden

Whipping out your credit card should not be the first instinct when it comes to medical bills. For one, paying with a card exposes you to interest rate issues on the card and can result in a lower credit score if you carry the debt for a long time.

The Dilemma of Mental Health Among Young Adults During Covid

Mental health awareness has become a much more normalized issue post covid considering most of the population experienced first-hand effects of a quarantined nation attempting to continue the course of academics and professional life.