In a medical setting, a language barrier is a matter of safety, or even of life and death. Medical interpreters don’t only translate information between doctors, nurses, and the patient but may also act as a cultural liaison.
That’s why interpreters in hospitals, doctor's offices, and home care are not just a necessity, they're required by law. But unlike in the past, it’s not enough to have a bilingual friend or family member translate. Healthcare providers are now required to have a qualified interpreter available – either on-site or remotely.
Let’s Talk Interpreters can help.
Voice Products partnered with a national company to provide medical interpreters on-demand exactly when they’re needed.
Our partners believe that everyone should have access to language help so they built a platform that's easy to use and connects medical staff to a qualified interpreter in just moments.
The interpreters stand out from other programs because they're certified, medically assessed, and HIPAA trained. They must have healthcare experience and maintain a high rating from customers in order to stay on the platform so you know you're connecting with someone who's qualified.
Our language experts make a difference every day. Their work helps improve communication between patients and medical staff to avoid misdiagnosis and ineffective treatments. Patients are more satisfied with their healthcare provider and doctors lower their risk of lawsuits.
Interpreters through our partner's platform are located around the world and can assist in many situations. They've given instructions about COVID 19 vaccines in ten languages, helped mental health counselors at times of crisis, and support doctors in emergency cases.
Overall, our interpreters improve communication and patient outcomes more reliably than other platforms available.
Our Let’s Talk Telemedicine partners have linguists placed in more than 140 countries around the world, helping global customers communicate more easily and more efficiently.
Our experts are available in 250 languages, including indigenous languages and regional dialects.
Many of the languages are available on-demand, such as:
And many more languages are available through scheduled appointments, including:
and many more…