The Human SubWay Map

Systems Anatomy Under our Skin

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This underskin is an infographic that traces the routes of eight different systems within the body (Digestive, Respiratory, Arterial, etc.), and highlights the major connection points.

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The Americans with Disabilities Act and Deaf Patients

Interpreting … the Interpreter

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QUERY:

I understand that as doctors we need to accommodate the disabled and follow the ADA of 1990. In the case of hearing-impaired patients, it is our cost to have an interpreter present.

But, for example, is the doctor able to dictate what interpreter will be used or does the patient decide who will be interpreting? As far as the charge for the services of the interpreter, how is the appropriate fee set?

It takes about twenty minutes for us to see a hearing-impaired patient. We are told from the interpreting service that it is their policy to charge us for a minimum of two hours.

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