Your Annual Checkup Checklist
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It’s important to understand the role your personal information plays in your health. Here’s a closer look into why we ask, so you can trust it will positively impact your care.
Collecting all of your medically-relevant patient information—including race and gender identity—enables us to provide you more equitable and effective care.
By understanding the full picture of your personal medical information, we can better support the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses (such as chronic conditions like diabetes or hypertension) where race and gender are an important factor in the medical decision-making process. Additionally, this information helps us to:
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