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Can ERAS Help Reduce Health Disparities and Overcome Barriers to Equitable Surgical Care in Marginalized Communities?

Description
Discusses the value of Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS) protocols in rural and marginalized communities. Identifies barriers to access and proposes strategies to increase equity. Highlights aspects of ERAS implementation including pediatrics, health literacy, communication with patients and among providers, telehealth, and more.
Author(s)
Chirag Ram, Ruoying Li, Andrew D. Franklin, et al.
Citation
Journal of Pediatric Surgery Open, 7, 100141
Date
05/2024
Type
Document
Tagged as
Access · Children and youth · Health disparities · Health literacy · Healthcare quality · Racial and ethnic groups · Service delivery models · Surgery