Gender-based Analysis Is Essential to Improving Women's Health and Health Care
Published in: Women's Health Issues, v. 24, no. 2, Commentary, Mar. 2014, p. e163-e164
Posted on RAND.org on March 01, 2014
Until access, quality, and outcomes of care are tracked by gender, inequity in treatment will remain unmeasured and potential intervention points will remain understudied. Gender-based analysis can lay the groundwork to develop more effective decision tools and interventions, and in turn improve both women's and men's health and health care.