Spanish-speaking Americans receive one-third less care, study finds
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Spanish-speaking Americans receive one-third less care, study finds

Language barriers may lead to significant inequities in health care delivery, a new report suggests. The study, published in Health Affairs, found that Spanish-speaking Americans received about one-third less care (based on spending) as compared to patients whose primary language is English. “During 2014–18 mean annual per capita expenditures were $1,463 (35 percent) lower for Hispanic adults…