SPOTLIGHT: MN hospital spends $3M a year on interpreters for foreign born patients

The Hennepin County Medical Center--a 446-bed public hospital in Minneapolis--spends $3 million annually on interpreters for 50 languages, and about $100 million of $500 million in annual expenses toward treating foreign-born patients. Article

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