Cultural Competency and Health Equity

Cultural Competency and Health Equity

By being culturally competent in health care, providers can understand a patient's diverse values, beliefs, and behaviors, and customize treatment to meet the patients' social, cultural, and linguistic needs.

Cultural Competency Training

Cultural competency training courses created for health care providers and their clinical staff such as Cultural Agility, Diabetes among South Asians, and the Hispanic Community.

Language Assistance Services

Language Assistance Services for patients with limited English proficiency help improve communication and health outcomes. Learn about discounted rates for translation and interpreter services.

Health Disparities in the LGBT Community

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) patients may experience significant disparities in care. Find out how to improve the quality of care and increase the support received by this underserved population.

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Network News for Providers

The latest policy changes, announcements, and practical resources, delivered to your inbox each quarter. See current issue.