Children’s Joins Forces with Georgia CTSA’s AppHatchery to Develop Nurse-Patient Communicator App

doctor with patient using a tablet

Currently, children with limited English proficiency (LEP) use a Communications Board and point to the need they are trying to communicate. The AppHatchery consulting and development service is helping Children’s improve care for LEP patients by creating a mobile app that combines visual icons and words for point-of-care bedside tasks with audio cues. Patients can hear words for the task in their language, see a picture, and read a description. 

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