How Inequity Creates Barriers to Cognitive Care for Women of Color

Cognitive care is no exception to the racial imbalances Black, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American individuals experience in healthcare. It is a well known fact that two-thirds of the American population living with Alzheimer’s are women, irrespective of race. Yet, they have also been historically underrepresented in clinical trials and face more barriers to accessing […]

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3 Ways Your Cognitive Screening Workflow Is Working Against You

The challenge to diagnose and treat cognitive decline in our growing aging population is great. Alzheimer’s diagnosis in the US is predicted to soar (to 13.8 million in 2060, up from 6.2 million in 2021)—and so are nationwide shortages of specialists, including geriatricians and neurologists. This one-two punch puts pressure on primary care physicians (PCPs), […]

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