9 practical ways to improve health literacy among patients

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Helping patients make the best decision possible when a situation arises is an important issue many health systems face on a daily basis.

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on MobileSmith's website.

Health literacy, or having the right information top-of-mind, is the place to start according to David Sawin, Vice President, Product & Marketing for MobileSmith. In a recent blog post, Sawin offers nine effective techniques a provider or health system can implement today that not only address patient literacy problems but establish long-lasting relationships with patients while improving health outcomes.

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