Diversity training helps CMs understand patients

October 2009
Patient Education Management;Oct2009, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p118
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the essentiality of diversity training to the employees of health plans and provider organizations to better accommodate and serve the patient populations with different beliefs and values.


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