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  Compliance Today  


Kara M. Maciel and Jordan B. Schwartz co-wrote an article titled "Complying with the ADA's Accessibility Standards: What You Need to Know." 


An excerpt:


Accessibility of doctor's offices, medical clinics, hospitals, and other health care providers (collectively, health care providers) is legally required to provide medical care to individuals who have disabilities. Under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), health care providers, as places of public accommodation, are required to provide their services to individuals with disabilities in an accessible manner. Importantly, state and local laws may impose stricter accessibility obligations on health care providers beyond that imposed by the ADA. This article focuses on federal law, but health care providers should be familiar with their specific state and local laws and how the laws impact its medical offices.


2010 - present

2010 - present

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