Specialized Population

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Why specialized population distrust the united state health care system To begin with elements that are part of distrust in the health care system Are also seen as specialized population. These groups of individuals that fit in this category are the homeless, rural areas, underserved, immigrants, and the disable or handicap, elderlies and the mental disorders individual that have the most impact in getting health care or receiving health services, medical treatment for their illness, diseases and preventive care needs. Secondly, what elements contribute to this disadvantage populations in having distrust issues in the health care system? Are discrimination acts or indifferences in cultural diversity, poverty or classification asset level, unaware or in alerted to public safety and health services, uninform of current illness or diseases affecting society their signs or symptoms of this medical conditions. Also lack of communication barriers and challenges, and lack to access to health care and medical treatment because of inefficiency and miscommunication or misinform do to communication barriers and cultural differences. These effects are community, society and populations in many ways because many deaths could be avoided or prevented if we would reach out to the underprivileged or underclass and set aside our indifferences or disbelief and treat them as any other human being with respect , integrity, and dignity. all humans deserve to be informed ,treated equally and with fairness. "Promote High-Value, Safe, and Effective Health Care,Secure and Expand Health Insurance Coverage, Eliminate Health Disparities Promote Prevention and Wellness, Help Americans Achieve and Maintain Healthy Weight,Prevent and Reduce Tobacco Use Support the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, Put Children and Youth on the Path for Successful Futures, Promote Early Childhood Health and…...

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