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The importance of health literacy

Did you know that nearly half of all American adults lack health literacy? Studies show that the reading grade level of written patient materials is too high. Health education is often communicated at the 12th grade reading level, but the average American reads at an 8th grade level. This is important because communication is a two-way street. Good health literacy requires an empowered patient and an empowering provider.

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