By Cara Murez
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 28, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Many Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander adults may have trouble accessing health care and insurance because of language barriers, a new analysis indicates.
In a new report by the Urban Institute and supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, researchers found that more than 30% of people in this group had limited English proficiency in 2019. The rate was similar to that of Hispanic adults, but with more varied languages communication may be more challenging for this group.
While most Hispanic adults in the United States speak Spanish, Asian American and…