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Strengthening the safety net: Increasing access to essential health care services
2001 by For sale by the Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, U.S. G.P.O .
Written in English
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The waiver strengthened the state’s hospital safety net and delivery system and brought in an anticipated $10 billion in federal resources to expand health coverage and improve care for low. Increasing the racial and ethnic diversity of the health care workforce is essential for the adequate provision of culturally competent care to our Cited by: As a new model of care, integrated care requires revisions and additions to the traditional way in which healthcare providers are educated and trained to practice.
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In other words, pooling health resources creates a safety net to ensure everyone can access essential health services, regardless of Author: SICILY KARIUKI.
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Standard processes are vital, whether they’re for a supply chain that delivers quality medicines or for health workers who deliver quality services.
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