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  • KSL Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2023

    USU program promises better health care outcomes for non-English patients

    LOGAN — A new program at Utah State University will assist non-English speakers achieve better health care outcomes. The program is helping meet the demand for medical interpreters, by offering the training for free.

    That change is important as the demand to help people who are non-English speakers better navigate the health care system is growing.

    This course would normally cost between $400 - $600. Understanding the medical system can be hard enough when you're working through it in your native language. This change is aimed at helping the growing number of those who don't have that luxury.

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