Required translators missing from many U.S. hospitals

Reuters, 11 August 2016
Author: Ronnie Cohen
“Nearly one-third of U.S. hospitals fail to offer interpreters to patients who speak limited English, although federal law requires it, a new study shows. One in 10 adults in the U.S. struggle to communicate in English, census data show. Private, not-for-profit hospitals were far more likely to offer translation services than private for-profit and government hospitals, the study found.”
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