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Anthony, a medical student, and Hoffman, a designer, surveyed more than people and found that finding LGBT-competent healthcare was more important than inclusive housing, restaurants or other options. Rating and reviewing health care providers is nothing new, but sites like RateMDsHealthgradesand ZocDoc have never quite cut it for the millions of LGBTQ Americans who worry about confronting discrimination each time they step into waiting room. It was really difficult, and we saw so many other people also looking for doctors. And different patients might be comfortable seeing doctors with different levels of knowledge about those identities. I believe that true, well-told stories have the power to change the world for good. Logo and all related marks and designs are trademarks of Viacom International Inc.

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We also had to get our insurance switched over and find new primary care doctors.

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If you're a scraper, please click the link below: We started working with them on the essential features we thought we needed, and after getting a lot of feedback from potential users, we launched a year later. The doctor I have right now is great, and has embraced the language that I use and always tries to be very respectful. Mayor Kenney Launches Reelection Bid. A beta version of QSpaces for users in Philadelphia is slated to launch this spring, though Anthony and Hoffmann hope to raise enough crowdfunding capital to expand nationally. Finding an LGBT-friendly doctor is often like finding a needle in a very straight haystack.

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At some point a light bulb went off. The doctor I have right now is great, and has embraced the language that I use and always tries to be very respectful. About 70 percent of trans folks face discrimination in health care settings, and 27 percent of trans people are completely denied care outright. Rating and reviewing health care providers is nothing new, but sites like RateMDsHealthgradesand ZocDoc have never quite cut it for the millions of LGBTQ Americans who worry about confronting discrimination each time they step into waiting room. Luckily, a queer Pennsylvania couple is developing an app that should make it a lot easier.

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