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For example, although African Americans as a group disproportionately experience disparate healthcare treatment, Hispanics and Asians are particularly challenged given cultural and language barriers (Collins et al.
He questioned how female rural workers, "who earn 10 piasters per hour" would be able to afford the cost of healthcare treatment under this scheme, adding, "the state doesn't own healthcare, the people do.
Matching criteria to enhance care, control costs: Demand Management is necessary to control healthcare costs by matching the need for services and the selection of the appropriate healthcare treatment.
WestCare Nevada provides emergency housing, youth medical detox, substance and mental healthcare treatment, case management and job training among other services to over 1,600 people there per year at its Women and Children's Campus on Duncan Drive in North Las Vegas.
When you look elsewhere, people travel to the likes of Europe, America and India specifically for healthcare treatment but Dubai was never prominent in that area.
Description: The goal of African Health Placements (AHP) is improved access to quality healthcare for people living in rural and under-served areas of South African through the South African government's public healthcare system and it s HIV, TB and primary healthcare treatment programs.
This represents a revolution in cancer treatment care and presages a major revolution in all healthcare treatment and diagnosis.
A BIRMINGHAM MP is backing the fight to help patients who suffered infections while receiving healthcare treatment.
Results from a new study on the expanding role and impact of medical coatings on medical device strategies and healthcare treatment protocols confirmed that advances in coating technology are offering improvements in medical devices and diagnostic technology in areas such as biocompatibility and biostability, and lowering the incidence of conditions such as thrombosis and infection.
Working with National Patient Safety Agency, these projects aim to help the NHS learn from patient safety incidents resulting from errors and problems during healthcare treatment.
More needs to be done to ensure that people who are infected with HIV are detected at an earlier stage so that they do not then infect other people, and so that their own healthcare treatment can commence earlier to reduce progression of the disease.
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