Telehealth has been proven to be an extremely valuable method of extending care across the wide distances
Healthcare disparities in America are real and we can no longer ignore them.
The COVID-19 global pandemic has exposed in real time what Black, Indigenous, Latino, and Rural Communities have known for decades: unequal healthcare results in entire demographics more prone to epidemics than others.
Black Women widely report that Hospital Emergency Rooms and Primary Care Physicians routinely ignore complaints of pain.
Native American Communities typically receive the worst healthcare of all American Demographics, whereas Latino Men often stave off medical care entirely.
Many rural communities have but a single doctor for an entire county as for-profit medical groups have decimated small town hospitals.
Many BIPOC patients insist that having medical providers that either look like them or have a cultural understanding of them leads to better healthcare outcomes.