Black and Brown people in America are two to six times more likely to die from health-related complications than their white peers, even when you look at people whose income is the same
You matter. I don’t care what socioeconomic community you come from or the color of your skin. Not only do you matter but you deserve to be heard. It’s your voice. It’s your right
Tywan Mata, MPA, MSW is a public administrator with over 15 years of care coordination background
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Black Americans are systematically under-treated for pain relative to white Americans and women are less likely to be believed about their pain symptoms in comparison to their male counterparts.
Maternal mortality rates in the United States is a crisis, the numbers are just not acceptable. With innovation and technology, we can help predict cases in where there is an increased risk of a complication during birth.
When it comes to health care outcomes, I can put it into maybe two umbrellas. The first one is internal communication. I think that is extremely important, especially in health care systems, that number one, we make the un-discussable discussable.