Support Materials for Working With Interpreters and LEP Populations

Regardless of the setting, when language barriers arise, it can be difficult for staff, as well as for LEP clients and patients. Telelanguage helps improve the quality of language services for organizations across the United States and part of our support for our clients includes ensuring efficiency through free support materials which can be ordered on 

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Language Translation Miami: A U.S. Cities Spotlight (Infographic)

Language Translation Miami Spotlight – Miami is well-known for its large Cuban population and due to the large immigration population from various Spanish speaking regions, Spanish is spoken by nearly 60% of the population. Although Spanish remains a dominant language spoken in Miami homes, there are more than 128 languages spoken in South Florida. As 

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8 Things You Need From a Healthcare Language Services Partner

Providing meaningful language access for patients is at the forefront of needs for healthcare entities. The Limited English-Proficient population has grown to over 25.1 million in the United States (8.5%), and the changes in healthcare regulations for hospitals and healthcare providers have made it imperative for healthcare providers to focus on improving healthcare language services. But 

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Language Translation San Francisco: A U.S. Cities Spotlight (Infographic)

Language translation San Francisco Spotlight – San Francisco is the cultural, commercial, and financial center of Northern California, and also one of the most linguistically and culturally diverse cities in the nation (ranking 12th in the United States for foreign-born population). With a welcoming attitude toward new immigration (165,000 new foreign-born residents between 2013 and 

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Language Access: Marketplace Implementation of Language Services (Checklist)

Marketplace implementation of language services is vital to health care providers and organizations nationwide. Because 1 in 4 consumers who will apply for health coverage through the new health insurance marketplaces will speak a language other than English at home, it is critical that marketplace implementation develop robust standards to ensure that these language services enable 

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