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Misdiagnoses are dangerous to a patient's health outcomes and contribute to medical errors. When healthcare providers think of misdiagnoses, the reasoning behind misdiagnoses happening is due to inexperience.

Genetic testing is on the rise. Genetics can determine whether one has a disease or disability and what causes diseases to detonate. The brain is fragile yet powerful in delivering information.

Healthcare providers are always highly exposed to stressful events, and depending on the department and positions healthcare providers are in, some may face more or less patient volume. Healthcare providers' health is just as important as patient health.

Medical care faces many challenges, such as intra- and inter-hospital patient transfer. Healthcare providers cannot afford miscommunication with different levels of care and medicine to give to patients.

Hospitals should secure protected health information (PHI) and keep PHI secure. According to the U.S.

Due to the rise in RSV, the volume of patients is still rising. With the increasing pressure that healthcare providers face, patient care experience is more extended wait times, access issues, and short staffing causes a delay in responsiveness.

Healthcare providers face challenging working conditions, mental health is stigmatized, and even more so in the healthcare industry. Burnout is the most common sign, and mental health needs to be prioritized.

First, let's understand health equity; according to CDC, "Health equity is the state in which everyone has a fair and just opportunity to attain their highest level of health." Health equity requires systems and policies to change, and healthcare providers can start by eliminating preventable hea

Health gaps are detrimental to public health. Here are some resources and steps for healthcare providers to reduce health gaps.