Cultural differences may contribute to health care gap

02/14/2008 | USA Today

Research indicates that cultural differences could be contributing to health care disparities in the U.S., and the government is funding studies to determine whether training can help improve communication between health care workers and diverse groups. One expert said examining the question is the first step to addressing the issue, adding, "Cultural competency will have to be on everybody's radar screen for generations to come."

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