On July 31, 2015, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals issued an important decision providing guidance on whether round-the-clock, in-person ASL interpreters must be provided at the request of a deaf patient or caregiver. This decision also provides meaningful insight on video remote interpreting, written notes, and other forms of communication with deaf patients and caregivers. Join me for this 30-minute look at the Court’s decision and the practical lessons we can learn from the Court’s well-reasoned ruling in favor of the hospital.