This report provides a description and analysis of eight patient-centered policies that provide powerful options for local health system reform that is rooted in multi-stakeholder participation, community knowledge, and rigorous evidence-based research. Serious consideration of these patient-centered policies and a commitment to change can reduce barriers to access, strengthen systems of support, and create the conditions for equity for the severely disenfranchised.

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Authors: Rahat Hossain, Mo Moore, Natalie Ramsay, Michael Milo

Published By: HEART (Health and Equity through Advocacy, Research and Theatre)

Publication Date: June 2017

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