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9 items to include in your hospitals language access pack
It’s well-known that hospitals and healthcare systems must provide interpreting and translation services to patients free of charge to stay in compliance with the federal government, not to mention it's just the right thing to do.
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Benefits of Interpreter Services in Education

Popular, Education, Interpreting

 

As the population of the United States continues to grow and diversify, the need to communicate to in multiple languages becomes more and more of a necessity. There are approximately 5 million students in US schools with limited English language skills that affect their education. Besides being a federal requirement, there are many benefits and options when it comes to interpreter services for students.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

Country Spotlight: UNITED ARAB EMIRATES [Terpii Travels]

Terpii Travels

Hey there everyone! It’s me Terpii, and I’m back to report on some more of my global adventures! 

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Terpii
Terpii

Basic Breakdown: Medical Interpreter Training & Certification

Healthcare

Welcome to our “Basic Breakdown” series where we share all our insider knowledge on the types of language services and solutions possible for a variety of industries. Our goal is to help alleviate confusion between the many options offered by LSC’s to help arm you with the knowledge YOU need to make the best decisions for your organization.

You may be wondering:

  • Why should I become a certified medical interpreter?
  • Is a 40-hour medical interpreter training really necessary?

We're here to answer with a resounding YES.

Here's why:

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

5 Ways To Maximize Your Translation Budget

Translation

We’ve heard it time and time again. It’s the most classic business dilemma:

We need to lower costs!

Yet, as management pressures you to cut costs, it seems that volume continues to increase. And of course, you can never sacrifice quality.

Like we said: Dilemma. Right?

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

Working With Massachusetts Certified Court Interpreters

Legal, Interpreting

If you’re an attorney or a paralegal in Massachusetts and have never or rarely used a certified court interpreter, you may appreciate some guidance on the role of certified court interpreters and how to best work with court interpreters.

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Chris Amorosino
Chris Amorosino

9 Items To Include In Your Hospitals Language Access Pack (Infographic)

Healthcare, Infographics

If you're reading this, you must be preparing to implement a language access policy at your hospital or health system.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

Country Spotlight: BELGIUM [Terpii Travels]

Terpii Travels

Hey Everyone!

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Terpii
Terpii

iTi Shines On Clutch

Press Releases, News

In today’s global marketplace, technology has given rise to the diversification of non-core business activities becoming common practice across multiple industries. But the resulting success of the competitive edge this trend fosters requires top-notch language solutions to smash the barriers cross-communications and global expansion presents.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

How Google Translate Will Put Your Business In Danger

Translation

 

Have you ever received a job application or a business email filled with typos or terrible grammar?

Did you want to do business with the author of those typos or find it easy to take them seriously?

Probably not.

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Lia Mitchell
Lia Mitchell

FAQ: Language Access Services For Hospitals and Health Systems

Healthcare

We at iTi have been serving hospital and health systems across the Northeast and the nation for over 30 years. From family practices to eye doctors to mental health hospitals to multi-state healthcare systems, we've seen, done, and heard it all!

So:

We decided to make a list of the most frequently asked questions we hear from receptionists, nurses, doctors, patient relations departments, and hospital executives.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano