Telelanguage to Represent Oregon at 2018 Arab Health Convention in Dubai

As Seen On PRUnderground and Fox News Oregon: Telelanguage Selected to Represent Oregon at 2018 Arab Health Convention in Dubai Telelanguage, Inc. a global language service provider has been selected to represent Oregon at the 2018 Arab Health Convention in Dubai from January 29th – February 1st, 2018. Arab Health is the largest gathering of healthcare 

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Customer Experience: 7 Reasons to Offer Multilingual Support (Infographic)

Customer support is the backbone of business, and offering multilingual support has become increasingly important for businesses and organizations. Research shows that consumers prefer to do business in their native language. Multilingual support is imperative to providing positive customer experiences and earning the trust of your non-English speaking or Limited-English-proficient customers. Even for businesses that 

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Home Health Agencies: 2018 Language Access Compliance

Improving communication with limited-English-proficient patients is a high priority for healthcare organizations and insurance agencies in 2018. For Home Health Agencies participating in Medicare, there are new language access requirements to understand this year for compliance.   On January 13, 2017, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published the final rule which revised the 

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5 Statistics that Prove the Importance of Language Support for Organizations

The importance of language support in the United States has skyrocketed to an all-time time high, and organizations have recognized the necessity of providing a means of communication for Limited-English and non-English speaking populations. For many organizations, this means having a dedicated language support provider to eliminate language barriers.   “The art of communication is 

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New Language Access Laws: 2018 ERISA Translation Requirements

2018 will see a few new laws go into effect for beneficiaries aimed at providing higher quality language access for the Limited-English Proficient. For insurance companies offering plans for employees, it’s important to understand the new ERISA Translation Requirements for Compliance.   What is ERISA? The Department of Labor amended ERISA  (Employee Retirement Income Security 

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Languages Spoken in the United States: 15 Largest Metro Areas

We hear foreign languages spoken every day. The United States draws people from many countries around the world and the diversity of languages spoken in the United States (in U.S. homes) is at least 350. While some U.S. cities (like New York, Miami and Los Angeles) have higher immigrant and LEP populations, there are approximately 25.1 million Limited 

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5 Key Differences Between Interpreters and Translators (Infographic)

Success in a global world means that organizations must have the ability to communicate effectively with non-English speakers in their native language. In order to communicate in the languages your customers need, you may require language interpretation services, language translation services, or both. Interpreters and translators both have in linguistic expertise, but the two roles 

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Do I Need On-site, Telephonic or Video Remote Interpreting Services?

Offering quality language interpretation is a critical service in order to remove language barriers for your Limited-English Proficient (LEP) clients and patients. The LEP population in the United States is over 25.1 million. That’s 8% of the total population!  For businesses and organizations to succeed in improving communication and outcomes for the populations they serve, 

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