With thousands of healthcare clients and a comprehensive portfolio of language services, CyraCom provides expertise on all aspects of language services in health care organizations. We continually provide relevant and impactful resources to offer you an up-to-date view of cultural concerns in the health care industry.
As US demographics continue to shift, hospital language services increasingly impact executive-level priorities. The struggle for great HCAHPS scores exemplifies the interaction between patient satisfaction – now a major factor affecting hospital reimbursements – and language services.PDF
Cyracom researched the new law and created this guide to help providers achieve compliance.PDF
The choice has been made – the American Hospital Association reviewed all providers in the language services industry through their Due Diligence™ process, exclusively endorsing CyraCom’s interpretation and translation solutions.PDF
Hospitals nationwide are facing substantial fines under the Affordable Care Act, as a result of failing to meet standards set for patient readmission rates. In 2014, 75% of hospitals governed by this regulation fell below the ACA’s metrics and were penalized financially, in the form of cuts to their Medicare reimbursement rate.PDF
Are you aware of the new and changing Language Access Regulations?
Have you assessed your Language Access Vendors for risk management, privacy, and data security procedures?
What does human language interpretation entail, and can software replicate the process?
Will automation render human language obsolete?
Things to know when working with the deaf and hard of hearing communityPDF
Where can service improvements to your language services program be made?PDF
Fortune magazine ran an article on the language services industry that features CyraCom. “Success In Any Language” takes an in-depth look at how language service companies provide critical translation and interpretation services to growing numbers of governments and businesses.PDF
Learn how the ACA impacts how you serve limited-English proficient patients.PDF
Health care providers have more at stake concerning their compliance with Title VI than virtually any other recipients of federal largess.PDF
When accessing healthcare services or information over the phone, an LEP individual needs to receive information in their native language. Only 49% of respondents surveyed actually provide this service, demonstrating that over half of surveyed providers are denying patients the ability to call a healthcare provider in their native language.PDF
If you could save yourself time, money and effort, would you? Investing a few minutes in reading this whitepaper may save you all three.PDF
Reviewing Language Assistance Plans involves measuring their implementation, checking adherence to policies, and monitoring potential shifts in patient demographics. Effective plans also set clear goals, establish management accountability, and include regular reviews.PDF