Tracking American Health Literacy and Prescribing Improvement
itriage-2.jpg The notoriously poor health literacy rate in the U.S. means that many people often struggle to complete tasks essential to their health, such as understanding their care, navigating the healthcare system, and making informed health decisions.
  • Why low health literacy is estimated to cost the U.S. healthcare system between $106 and $238 billion annually.
  • How low health literacy can largely be attributed to more pervasive issues within the healthcare industry.
  • What will make a difference.