For healthcare providers, having a diverse workforce is paramount to quality of care. The communities they serve contain patients from a wide array of backgrounds, races, and socioeconomic classes. Without shared similarities and cultural values among them, it’s difficult for medical professionals to establish the strong patient relationships that are needed for effective care.
From building trust and enhancing communication to reducing health disparities and driving collaborative innovation, the benefits of inclusivity and equal representation in healthcare extend far and wide. However, large diversity gaps still