Health Reform WK-EDGE Failure to provide interpreter did not rise to intentional discrimination
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Monday, June 29, 2020

Failure to provide interpreter did not rise to intentional discrimination

Given the swift treatment and discharge of a deaf patient for a minor injury, it was not unreasonable for the hospital to attempt other forms of communication rather than wait to provide an ASL...

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