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  •  Easier for the professionals, the patients, and the family members if it was unnecessary to call in an interpreter. Sign language is a very popular language used throughout the United States, and there are around 500,000 to 2,000,000 signers. violate the HIPAA policies. Another alternative is Computer Assisted Real-time Transcription (CART). This is a computer that helps hearing impaired client communicate with healthcare professionals, but like all computers there are flaws. In most situations family members are the ones who translate for the deaf patient.
  •  Please take the time to View this video!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w48 2R-dBlOY&feature=player_detailpage
  •  Medical offices are the worst place to not being able to communicate with employees Wendy Burkett explains the hardship of communicating with the deaf community. In Our Hands: Education Healthcare Interpreters.
  •  Deaf people cannot read lips and some do not even have the ability to read The website talks about how and what healthcare professionals should do. The Rehabilitation Act
  •  The interpreters are not always at the hospital or medical office
  •  Teach all medical students how to use even basic American Sign Language before they graduate.
  •  Burkett, Emily. Communication with Deaf Tanya Snyder. 4 July 2012. Burkett, Lindsey. Working with Deaf Society Emily Burkett. 17 July 2012. Burkett, Wendy. Problems with the Deaf Society in the Health Profession Emily Burkett. 6 July 2012. Center, University of Washington Medical. "Communicating with Your Deaf Patient." Culture Clues 08/2003, 04/2007, 01/2012. Deaf perspective of doctors providing interpreters. Dir. Youtube.com. Perf. virtualvri. Aug 15, 2010. Deaf, National Association of the. National Association of the Deaf. April 2008. Doctors accommodating Deaf patients . Perf. Deaf person explaining his perspective on Doctors and Interpreters. Aug 10, 2010. Elizabeth A. Jacobs, M.D., M.P.P. "Language Barriers in Health Care Settings:An Annotated Bibliography of the Research Literature." August 2003. Hadley-Macias, Andrea. Deaf Health Care. 6 April 2009. Harlan Lane, Robert hoffmeister, and Ben Bahan. A journey into the deaf-world. San Diego, California: DawnDignPress, 1996. Helen E. Meador, PhD and. "Health Care Interactions with Deaf Culture." Journal of the Americal Board of Family Medicine (2012). Malcolm, Laurie Swabey and Karen. In Our Hands: Educating Healthcare Interpreters. Vol. 5th. Gallaudet University Press, 2012. 5 vols. Mitchell, Ross E. "Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education." Oxford Journal (2005). Services, U.S. Department of Health & Human. Understanding Health Information Privacy. 200 Independence Avenue, S.W. · Washington, D.C. 20201, n.d. Swabey, J. Moore and L. "Medical Interpreting: A Review of the Literature." Research. 2007.