Implementation of a quality improvement initiative increased culturally affirming practices such as collecting patient pronoun information and identifying LGBT patient liaisons. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals may experience disparities in access to care that adversely affect health outcomes. Implementation of an intervention tool increased the quality of primary care visits for LGBT patients with respect to creating inclusive environments, collecting sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) data, and conducting screening for sexually […]
.@jacobb_91 has been a wonderful addition to our Pride in Practice team, and we are so proud of the work he has done to improve LGBT healthcare.
— LGBT Foundation (@LGBTfdn) July 30, 2020