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Aug16

Improving Healthcare through Language Access to Medical Translation and Interpreting

It is important that translators in the healthcare sector are familiar with HIPAA and carefully comply with all HIPAA regulations. Since HIPAA’s designed to protect patients and preserve privacy in healthcare, translation is carefully regulated to make sure accidental or purposeful violation of privacy policies is prevented. Translators are general...

Improving Healthcare through Language Access to Medical Translation and Interpreting
Aug02

Legal Requirements for Insurance Claims Translation

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) was amended in 2016, and now these new provisions have gone into effect for 2018. Insurance companies offering plans for employees should learn about the new translation requirements and be ready to implement them. This post introduces the ERISA translation requirements and explains how in...

Legal Requirements for Insurance Claims Translation
Jul24

How to Choose a Language Service Provider

Where does one even begin when looking for language services? There are a lot of different aspects one should consider when searching for a provider to fill their language needs, though some are more important than others. Let’s take a look at what should be top priority in your search to make sure you choose the right provider for you. Where to St...

How to Choose a Language Service Provider
Jul11

Language Assistance in the Immigration Process

The immigration process is an extensive and often daunting one for many desiring to live in the United States. The added barrier of language differences makes this process even more challenging for many immigrants. In these scenarios, it is essential that those applying for Visas have a translator and interpreter that they are confident in and can ...

Language Assistance in the Immigration Process
Jun11

Limited English Students: How Schools Can Help

Students in the United States often have the pleasure of being educated with a diverse group, but many face the challenge of crossing language barriers. These students come from homes where they speak little to no English, so their proficiency in the classroom is spread across varying levels – which can have a significant impact on their ability to...

Limited English Students: How Schools Can Help

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