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Health care leaders who want to lead the industry into the future must update their leadership styles.
The rise of biohacking requires health care professionals to be proactive in broaching the topic with patients.
Medical caregivers can provide culturally sensitive care for LGBTQ patients by becoming educated and building trust.
Using social determinants to better target health care delivery can help improve patient outcomes.
What is interprofessional education, and why is it especially important in the health care field?
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