Hispanic patients' health care
- `Su bebe no esta mejor. Tenemos que hacerle pruebas.'. // RN;Nov92, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p14
Reports that some schools and hospitals offer Spanish courses to address the need for Spanish fluency in the health care vocabulary. Prevalence of the Spanish-speaking population; Workshop by the Jersey City State College's Department of Nursing; `Medical Spanish: The Instant Survival Guide,'...
- Hispanics seek better health care. E.G. // Second Opinion;Jul91, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p145
Presents a summary of the article `Access to Health Care for Hispanics,' by Eli Ginzberg, published in the January 9, 1991 issue of the `Journal of the American Medical Association.'
- Marketing health care. Daugherty, Christi // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);12/12/94, Vol. 15 Issue 23, p7B
Reports on the marketing of health care to the Hispanic population of New Orleans, Louisiana. Examples of health care programs geared towards the Hispanic population; Future prospects.
- Hispanic Americans. Ross, Jon // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;10/5/95, Vol. 69 Issue 19, p65
Focuses on the Hispanic-American population as an underserved market for health care. Language barriers; Proposition 187 as an initiative that limits social services to illegal aliens; Hispanics as the most uninsured and underinsured ethnic group in the United States; Hospitals' subscription to...
- Latinos most vulnerable on health insurance. // Nation's Health;Mar93, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p10
Reports that Latinos have the worst health insurance coverage of any ethnic group in the country and that their plight is unlikely to change under the health reform schemes now under consideration in Washington. Study in the `Journal of the American Medical Association,' by UCLA School of...
- Spanish-language handouts help children and parents. // Addiction Letter;May93, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p7
Announces that Spanish-language client and family handouts on health are available from Manisses Communications Group. Master sheets; Issues addressed.
- Health care use by Hispanic adults: Financial vs. non-financial determinants. Schur, Claudia L.; Albers, Leigh Ann // Health Care Financing Review;Winter95, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p71
Assesses the relative effects of language spoken on health care use by Hispanic adults. Availability of usual source of care (USOC); Comparison of health care use between monolingual Spanish speakers and English speakers; Determinants of USOC: Factors affecting frequency of using physician visits.
- Wishard opens Hispanic clinic. Postman, Lore // Indianapolis Business Journal;4/15/96, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p15A
Reports on the establishment of the Hispanic Center clinic at the Wishard Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana. Fund grants from organizations; Need for culturally-sensitive medical care.
- Perceived Needs and Service Use of Spanish Speaking Monolingual Patients Followed at a Hispanic Clinic. Diaz, Esperanza; Prigerson, Holly; Desai, Rani; Rosenheck, Robert // Community Mental Health Journal;Aug2001, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p335
Compares the perceived needs and health service use of Spanish speaking monolingual patients and Hispanics and non-Hispanics at a conventional mental health center. Assessment on the sociodemographic characteristics of patients; Accessibility of physical health care services; Concerns on...