Assessing the Consequences of Disparities in Diabetes Care on Patients, Health Systems if Unaddressed

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Laura Lee Hall, PhD, president of the Center for Sustainable Health Care Quality and Equity, addresses disparities occurring in diabetes care among racial and ethnic populations.

Pharmacy Times interviewed Laura Lee Hall, PhD, president of the Center for Sustainable Health Care Quality and Equity, on some new approaches to address racial and ethnic disparities in diabetes care.

During the discussion, Hall addressed disparities occurring in diabetes care among racial and ethnic populations, reasons that disparities around diabetes disease burden among racial and ethnic populations may be widening, and some potential consequences down the line if these disparities are not efficiently addressed within health systems.

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