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Mary Ann Stanchik: A Patient’s Perspective on Healthcare

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Mary Ann Stanchik: A Patient’s Perspective on Healthcare

We hear a patient’s perspective on healthcare from Mary Ann Stanchik on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare podcast with Rob Oliver. Mary Ann is from Pennsylvania. This interview came from the Patient’s Perspective Interview Marathon. For those of you watching on video, I’m not sure what was going on but for some reason everything in the picture is lavender. You will hear in Mary Ann Stanchik’s comments at the beginning of the interview that she is wearing something that is black. Whatever she is wearing, her WebCam definitely gives it a purple look.

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Here are 3 things that stood out as Mary Ann Stanchik provided a patient’s perspective on healthcare:

  • The health insurance marketplace is difficult to navigate. Additionally, it can sometimes be cost prohibitive to the point that people are making employment decisions based on health insurance coverage.
  • It is imperative that healthcare is accessible to everyone, regardless of their financial status.
  • Improving the quality of care that patients receive must include embracing new technology, such as telehealth, and incorporating patient feedback and preferences.

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