In order to make healthcare more equitable for limited English proficient patient populations, easy access to medical interpreting services is
CLI’s leadership shares books they love — and why they love them — about true interpreter stories, patient activists, honing management skills, and a postmodern fairy tale.
CSA Research releases its Top 100 Language Service Providers in the U.S. every year. Since there are many excellent interpretation companies on this list, we’d thought we’d preview the ones at the very top. Take a look.
You worked hard to ensure your organization has interpreting services. The problem? No one is using them. The solution? Language access materials.
If you don’t know how to use over-the-phone interpreting services, you’re not alone. Most people who sign up for our services for the first time don’t know how the process works either. Luckily, it’s easy! Just click here, and we’ll take care of the rest.
No one knows for sure what the New Year has in store for interpreting services, but we do know one or two things that will surely have an impact. Find out what they are.
There are several modes of interpreting services available to you. Find out how to choose the best one for you and your clients.
Many industries use specialized acronyms, and guess what? The language industry is no different. Check out the most common ones, and let us know which ones we missed!
Interpreting services’ most frequently asked questions. Find out the answers to FAQs about pricing, language identification, call analytics, and more.
CMS recently updated their rural healthcare strategy to include telemedicine, which will not only help address the growing healthcare disparities in rural areas, but also the lack of language services as well.