Have you ever been in a situation when you needed something done but the person you were talking to didn’t understand you, or worse, dismissed your concern as unimportant? If so, did you ever get to the point that you just threw your hands in the air and gave up? Imagine if that happened when it came to your health. “Historically, minorities have not always been treated well when seeking health care, which may result from issues with implicit or unconscious bias,” says Chara Stewart-Abrams, Memphis chapter president of the National Association of Health Service Executives (NAHSE), an organization dedicated to developing greater minority representation in health care leadership and improving care for minority patients. “When a patient is not […]
The purpose of the NAHSE is to ensure greater participation of minority groups in the health field by developing and maintaining a strong viable national body to more effectively have input in the national health care delivery system.
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National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE) – Memphis Chapter