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Transforming medical interpreting for LEP, Deaf and HOH patients.

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What We Do.

We provide leading-edge medical interpreting solutions that ensure clinicians provide their limited English proficient, Deaf and hard of hearing patients with access to the highest quality healthcare.

InDemand on your iPhone

With the InDemand iPhone® App, you have instant access to InDemand’s expert team of medically trained interpreters. It’s the perfect solution when a VRI cart is unavailable or you’re treating a patient in an area with limited space. The iPhone app is also a completely portable and easy way to gather translated patient information quickly.

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High-Definition Video Interpreting

Designed specifically for the healthcare industry, InDemand has a suite of VRI that works across the continuum of care.

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Our Valued Customers

We value all of our customers, here are just a few.

Case Studies

WAKEMED HEALTH & HOSPITALS Raleigh, North Carolina

Wakemed Health & Hospitals

WakeMed has a rapidly growing and diverse patient population. After English, the most commonly spoken language among patients is Spanish, followed by Arabic and Chinese. In addition to LEP patients, WakeMed also serves patients who communicate through American Sign Language.

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INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY HEALTH Seattle, Washington

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY HEALTH SYSTEM

Nearly 65 percent of the patient encounters at ICHS are
limited English proficiency (LEP) and require interpretation
services.

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BANNER UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER Phoenix, Arizona

BANNER UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER

Banner Health was facing several challenges with its existing language service program. One specific issue it faced was standardizing the program across all of its facilities to ensure that communication between a patient and provider was clear and effective.

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NEW WEBINAR: Diagnosing and Fixing Problems With Your Language Access Program

This webinar will discuss best practices that providers can take to proactively improve their language access policies and practices while improving the quality and safety of care and reducing the risk of legal liability.
Tue, May 30, 2017 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT

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