Assisting policymakers in tearing down the walls of disparities and providing higher quality health care that is accessible to all is only plausible by strengthening the knowledge of varying cultures and beliefs and such involved health care disparities that surround the United States which in turn will create a more open and valuable communication among health care providers and their patients.
Within the United States, there is a substantial growth in the variety of cultures and beliefs, turning away from the traditional ways of our forefathers. As an expanding health care system and also specifically as health care providers, it is important to not only acknowledge such diversity but truly accept it as well as grow in personal understanding of the health disparities that have been created due to the mixture. The United States government and policymakers must realize the current and potential lasting effects that surround the health care of all of the individuals because of the health disparities that are entangled in this country. The effects of cultural beliefs and social changes have definitely been responsible for molding the U.S. health care system. The differences in the beliefs about health care that are at play have had a direct effect on the health care delivery system, and providing care to the different socioeconomic groups is a necessary plan for reducing health inequalities. Therefore, it is indispensable to create a health system that has the ability to provide high quality care to every patient, regardless of any of the reasons discussed.