An anemic patient is unable to recover because he isn’t taking the prescribed amount of the supplement given to him by his doctor because he received confusing prescription instructions from the pharmacy.
A mother guesses at the dosage of an antibiotic to give her 8- year- old feverish child because she could not understand the prescription she was given.
We have all heard about or received confusing medical information. Just imagine how difficult it must be for someone who doesn’t speak English, the language used in most prescription information inserts and documentation.
According to the National Health Law Program, approximately 4 billion prescriptions are written every year in the United States and many of those are written for the 24 million who do not speak English or who are limited...Read More