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> While a qualified medical interpreter is often a must to help physicians communicate with patients with limited English proficiency, the addition of a family member to the discussion can help bridge cultural barriers as well, Kiran Gupta, a resident in at Brigham and Women's Hospital, wrote in The Boston Globe. Post

> It's a buyer's market for hospitals that want to acquire physician practices. For those who want to sell their practices, American Medical News sheds light on what potential buyers are looking for. Article

> If your practice hosts a Facebook page, you know how hard it is to keep up with changes to the platform that affect how you reach your audience. Health Care Communication News updates you on the latest features your page admin can start using today. Post

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