Improving healthcare for diverse communities in the United States is a crucial priority that requires concerted efforts from healthcare providers, policymakers, and advocates. Hispanics face significant healthcare disparities and challenges, leading to poor health outcomes and reduced access to care. The Healthcare in the Age of Personalization Virtual Summit, taking place on May 3-4, 2023, provides a unique opportunity for healthcare leaders, policymakers, and advocates to come together and learn about innovative programs, research, and best practices for improving healthcare equity.
By Josie Clark
Nov. 1—CINCINNATI — Ramon Hernandez grew up in Texas in an era when his parents did not teach him Spanish "because they did not want him to have an accent," according to his daughter Rebekah Hernandez Pumphrey. The goal was to just fit in.
Latinos were 8 percent of the older population in 2016 — but they're expected to be over 1 in 5 by 2060.