AFFORDABLE ACCESS TO CARE FOR HISPANIC POPULATIONS AND MEDICALLY UNDERSERVED
Disparity in healthcare for Hispanic populations and other underserved groups living in the United States has become a growing issue, especially with Hispanic communities projected to comprise almost 29 percent of the U.S. population by 2050. In fact, Hispanic populations accessing healthcare in the United States serve as a microcosm of how the system fails the underserved consumer/patient.
When no accommodation is made to address cultural or language differences faced by Hispanic individuals seeking healthcare services in most U.S. facilities, quality of the typical experience and resultant health outcomes are generally sub-optimal.
Fortunately, there is a high level of technology adoption among Hispanics, creating an opportunity to provide innovative ways to access healthcare for this ever-growing population. Hoy Health offers technology solutions to help the underserved access culturally and medically relevant care for their particular needs.