Engineering a Resilient Healthcare System: Using Heart Attack Outcomes and Treatment Methods in Pennsylvania;An Analysis of the Effect of Patient-Doctor Communication on Health Outcomes

Kayla Perkins
Americans do not receive care that is proportionate to their fellow citizens, rather, their identity makes up a large factor in their health outcomes. This is problematic to having a healthcare system that prioritizes every patient regardless of their background. Every year, 805,000 Americans have a heart attack with 12% being fatal (Benjamin, 2019). Factors that can cause a greater probability of having a heart attack include: gender, race, and income (Mayo Clinic, 2020) (Ford,...
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