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“Win” For Hospital and Doctor in ADA Case Brought by Deaf Patient

2017-12-13T14:43:25+00:00

Collins v. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Part II – Tips for Avoiding “Win = Loss” Cases In my last blog, I discussed the Collins v. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center decision. In that case, the Court found that a hospital and doctor properly accommodated a deaf patient without providing her with an ASL interpreter. The focus of the previous blog was to highlight the [...]

“Win” For Hospital and Doctor in ADA Case Brought by Deaf Patient 2017-12-13T14:43:25+00:00

I am only making $20 on this patient, I can’t afford an interpreter!

2017-12-13T14:43:25+00:00

This is a phrase I hear from so many physicians as I work with them on the importance of having an interpreter for a Limited English Proficient (LEP) patient.  It is a tough pill to swallow for a small doctor’s office to understand what is on the other side of that statement.  They are correct, [...]

I am only making $20 on this patient, I can’t afford an interpreter! 2017-12-13T14:43:25+00:00