Category Archives: Language Access: Certification

Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters Opens Applications for National Certification

The Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters has opened its applications for national certification of healthcare interpreters.  The Commission developed a national, valid, credible, vendor-neutral certification process with the input and participation of nearly 2,500 stakeholders.  Two types of national credentials … Continue reading

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Resources to Advance Patient-Centeredness and Health Equity

I have compiled key publications and resources on some current topics in health care policy.  Below are descriptions of the key topic areas, which also can be accessed using the menu on the right side of this page. Health Care … Continue reading

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California Pan-Ethnic Health Network Conference: Resource Handout

Resources on patient-centeredness, equity and prevention from California Pan-Ethnic Health Network “Building Quality and Equitable Health Care Systems” conference June 7-9, 2010. Link to Original Source

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Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters

The Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters, representing a broad number of key stakeholders, is developing a national, valid, credible and vendor-neutral certification process for health care interpreters.

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The California Endowment Report: Certification of Health Care Interpreters in the U.S.

This report describes the advantages and potential unintended consequences for establishing a national certification process for health care interpreters in the U.S. Link to Original Source

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