Forrester Woody Lee.

The documentary follows Emery and three other people whose personal stories add to the national debate on the country’s health care crisis. Emery shares her own experience as an African American racism encountered when navigating the health care system. Forrester Woody Lee, associate dean at the Yale School of Medicine said: To see with an amazing and and face the truth, -onts racism in our health system to compile this documentary gives voice to events and stories that have have been ignored for too long and canceled. .

The 55-minute film entitled The Deadliest Disease in America by Crystal Emery, Managing Director of URU, the Right to Inc. Produced a non-profit, community-based organization focused on ways to reduce disparities and greater health equity in the United States.Dr. Carol Peden and Dr. High risk of the Intensive Care Society, said: When we look in patients working with high risk, are important, is that we are has provide the right degree of care for them after their surgery proportionate number of critical nursing home beds, this patients in the. Manage most of cost and efficient manner. Only way to be able for reducing the postoperative mortality. All ages of critically ill patients following on of these standards will benefit but most of high-risk elderly and frail patient do the most from every .

Vice president of the College of Emergency Medicine, Don said MacKechnie: the Royal College of Surgeons in and college of Emergency Medicine are the criteria of early advisor – shipped emergency care patients who are hospital with acute, potentially life-threatening. Threatening problems, the right to receive the best treatment, the beginning of hospital stay. This should be achieved the approved recognized experts who will be the consultant made available All the the evidence available tell us that the former advisor is involved in patient care the better the results. .