Inconsistent Quality of Care
Children may receive different levels of care depending on where they live. Their socio-economic status, and other factors, can lead to disparities in health outcomes. In addition, healthcare providers may have different levels of expertise and experience in caring for children, which can impact the quality of care they receive. Children also may not receive adequate follow-up care, which can lead to missed diagnoses and delayed treatment. Efforts are needed to improve the quality of care provided to children. These include investing in training and education for healthcare providers, promoting the use of evidence-based practices, and ensuring that all children have access to high-quality care regardless of their background or location.