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“low-income [minority people] with bad health had 68% less odds of being insured than high-income [White people] with good health.”

"The fact that one in five people has had a negative experience in the health care system because of who they are is a wakeup call."

for healthcare providers, and policies aimed at reducing disparities in access and quality of care. Only through concerted efforts can the healthcare system truly become equitable and inclusive for all individuals, regardless of their race or ethnicity.

Moreover, implicit biases can result in differential treatment and misdiagnosis, eroding trust between patients and healthcare professionals. Addressing racial discrimination in healthcare necessitates systemic reforms, including culturally competent care, diversity training

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Racial discrimination in healthcare was the leading type reported, followed by discrimination based on education or income, weight, sex and age.

Inequities or Inequalities?

Racial discrimination in the healthcare system manifests in various forms, from disparities in access to care and treatment outcomes to implicit biases exhibited by healthcare providers. Minority groups often face hurdles in obtaining timely and appropriate medical attention, leading to exacerbated health disparities and poorer health outcomes.

60%

A report found only six states had health care systems that performed above the national average for all racial and ethnic groups: Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, Hawaii and Oregon. White people still received better care in these states compared with people of color.

of white workers are covered by insurance

States where white residents received the best care in the country – Minnesota, Maryland and Connecticut – were also states where people of color received some of the worst care.

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While Black and Latino people are

times more likely to be uninsured

The study, “Racism in the Hospital,” surveyed 31 employees (29 identified as people of color) across several hospitals in the Twin Cities.Participants were asked several questions in an effort to investigate how they experienced racism in the workplace.

"Twin Cities hospital workers call out racism at work."

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