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"I feel handcuffed": Dr. Bernard Lopez on language barriers in healthcare

"I feel handcuffed": Dr. Bernard Lopez on language barriers in healthcare

Bernard L. Lopez, MD, MS, CPE, FACEP, FAAEM speaks about the importance of communication, discusses current barriers for limited-English-proficiency patients, and gives his impressions of the Canopy Medical Translator App. Dr. Lopez is a professor and Vice Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and the Associate Dean of Diversity and Community Engagement at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University.

Canopy at NY Tech Forum

A few weeks ago, we had the honor to be one of the featured companies to present to over 750 people at the New York Tech Meetup, the largest Meetup in the world. 

Canopy Apps most popular innovation amongst EM Directors at ACEP 2013!

"Probably the best technology showcased here. It's something that is necessary and  can use everyday," quoted Henry Ford Health System's medical director.