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  • Writer's pictureShelly Asbury

Why is Advocacy Important in Health Care?

Examining healthcare policy and patient support roles makes it easy to understand why advocacy is important in health care. Large-scale advocacy focuses on changing the system, while advocacy on an individual level endeavors to speak on the patient's behalf.

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