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Information Technology Staff

The IT department and staff are key in implementing an effective framework for collecting and using structured data on sexual orientation, gender identity, and other

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Patients/Consumers

Patients should be provided with the resources necessary to help them understand that they are being asked whether they would like to share information about

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Clinical Researchers

For clinical researchers, de-identified structured data related to sexual orientation and gender identity is essential to advance research looking critically at LGBT population health disparities,

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Clinicians

The work of doctors, nurses, and other health care providers is at the heart of the health system, and care encounters based on mutual engagement

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Quality Improvement Staff

The ultimate purpose of collecting information about sexual orientation and gender identity in clinical settings is to improve the quality of care for all patients.

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Legal Affairs Staff

Federal law permits health care organizations to collect data on demographic factors such as race, ethnicity, and primary language data from patients for quality improvement

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Executive Leadership

The last few decades have seen the emergence of a strong nationwide consensus among health system leaders about the importance of understanding the role that

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