‘Unconscious biases’ and lack of trust lead to gaps in routine healthcare for LGBTQ+ community — study
A majority of people in the LGBTQ+ community feel misunderstood by pharma companies, according to a new study. The joint research from Phreesia Life Sciences and Klick Health found that only 45% of LGBTQ+ patients surveyed at in-office visits think pharma understands their unique needs.
The confidence percentages were even lower among specific groups — only 39% of LGBTQ+ patients who identify as female, and 33% of trans men and 30% of trans women, believe that pharma companies know what they need.
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