Implicit Bias in Health Care: Two Doctors’ Experiences

“It’s an all-too-familiar problem,” according to “Addressing Gender and Racial Bias among Clinicians” in Harvard Business Review (HBR). Implicit bias in health care, among providers, physicians, nurses, and patients is…

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Brand New Section 1557 Language Assistance Lawsuit: A Sign of Things to Come?

Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act is the law of the land. The Section’s many health care civil rights requirements became final more than two years ago in 2016.…

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Doctors with Disabilities and Cultural Change in Medicine

Talk about health care and people with disabilities and the conversation invariably turns to patients - deaf patients, sign language interpreters, patients using assistive devices, Braille discharge instructions, patients with…

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Join us for “It’s Not Political Correctness,” a discussion on Implicit Bias and Cultural Competence in Today’s Marketplace

Hamtramck, MI—Bromberg & Associates, LLC, a full-spectrum Language Solutions Company (LSC) based in Hamtramck, Michigan, is pleased to announce the upcoming event, “It’s Not Political Correctness,” a discussion on Implicit…

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Do Language Barriers Impede Access to Healthcare? Yes, They Do.

In 2018, you may or not be surprised that in health care, many practitioners and executives remain unfamiliar with what has been known for many years – language barriers between…

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No Website Accessibility Regulations, No Problem! At Least for the Justice Department…

Beginning in July 2010, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) started talking about new federal regulations concerning website accessibility for people with disabilities. For seven years, in rule making…

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The Justice Department Says Not Enough ASL Interpreters? That’s a Problem!

On June 11, 2018, the U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) announced an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) settlement with the Washington Health Care Authority (HCA).  HCA has been assisting health care…

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