U.S. health officials aim to improve health literacy

07/6/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

The federal government has issued a national action plan aimed at simplifying language for medical communications to improve health literacy and patient care. Studies indicate that low health literacy costs the health care system as much as $238 billion annually and worsens patient outcomes.

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