States mandate ’culturally competent’ healthcare
AP/Yahoo News, August 8, 2008
As the ethnic profile of the United States continues to diversify, some states are trying to assure that healthcare providers are trained in "cultural competency." A 2007 New Mexico law requires higher education institutions with health education programs provide such training. New Jersey and California are among a handful of states with similar measures in place.
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