THURSTON TALK: By Mary Ellen Psaltis—Providence uses community interpreters, telephonic interpreters and video remote interpreter (VRI) devices throughout the hospital using a service called INDEMAND Interpreting or INDE for short.
InDemand Interpreting Releases New Content-Rich eBook: Top 5 Considerations When Selecting a VRI Provider for Your Organization
InDemand Interpreting, a leading technology-enabled medical interpreting company, continues to demonstrate thought leadership with the release of a new eBook, Top 5 Considerations When Selecting a VRI Provider for Your Organization.
News Channel KTVB: Boise, Idaho—InDemand Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) is helping Boise, Idaho healthcare workers overcome language barriers.
InDemand VRI Featured in Sept/Oct Issue of PSQH magazine: “Improving Language Access for Limited-English-Proficient, Deaf, and Hard-of-Hearing Patients
By some estimates, more than 25 million people living in the U.S. are considered limited-English-proficient (LEP) and may face significant language barriers when being treated by medical professionals.
The InDemand devices intend to improve the patient experience. "So we are rolling out this week into the Magic Valley, Wood River and Jerome our new video interpreting device that will help us support our patient population that is limited in English proficient, or the deaf and hard of hearing," said Michelle Ross, the director of patient services. The interpretation system InDemand will allow patients the ability to communicate with their caregivers through a virtual interpreter immediately.