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Health Literacy Guide

Health Literacy Linked to Health Outcomes

Health literacy linked to health outcomes 

Poor health literacy has huge implications for the future of health care. People with low health literacy:

  • Have higher risks of poor health outcomes
  • Are more likely to suffer from chronic disease
  • Have higher risks of hospitalization

According to a National Assessment of Adult Literacy, only 12 percent of U.S. adults have proficient health literacy. 

Download the white paper to learn more about the state of health literacy today, and what you can do to ensure individuals have a clear understanding of both their risks and the steps they can take to improve their health. 

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"Good health is your greatest asset. You will never regret a decision to take better care of your health."

Don Hall, DrPH, CHES, Founder Wellsource

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