More Choices for Language Access In Hospitals Makes Patients Happy

The emotional outcomes of procedures carried out in hospitals varies widely. For limited English speakers hearing diagnosis and treatment options is deeply personal and frequently overwhelming. Patients often require a nuanced approach for treatment. We’ve learned at least that much during the COVID crisis. Going forward patients should have the opportunity to choose who provides […]

78 adjectives you need to know to describe pain in your language

“On a scale from 1 to 10, how would you rate your pain?” We hear this question anywhere medical treatments are provided. Pain scales are important tools in medicine for assessing the extent to which pain may be limiting someones ability to work or simply move. However pain at the outset can appear subjective. That’s […]