A groundbreaking podcast with unfiltered, honest conversations about structural racism in health care and what we can do about it. We bring you interviews with experts in health care who speak candidly about the historical basis of racism in health, current events, and strategies for dismantling disparities. Created by the Disparities Solutions Center at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.mghdisparitiessolutions.org/ Hosted by Aswita Tan-McGrory Produced by Karey Kenst
In this episode, we discuss the challenges to ensuring patients receive the interpreter services they need, issues leading to disparities in health care for patients who speak limited or no English, and strategies for improving care. We are joined by Chris Kirwan, the Clinical Director of Medical Interpreter Services at Massachusetts General Hospital.
A new podcast bringing you unfiltered, honest conversations about racism in health care in the U.S. Subscribe now, and join us in September for the launch of Episode 1 where we'll have a conversation with Chris Kirwan, Director of Medical Interpreter Services at Mass General Hospital, on the structural barriers to providing equitable care for patients who speak limited or no English and strategies to overcome them.