Interpreter Services. The HMO must provide interpreter and sign language services free of charge for members as necessary to ensure availability of effective communication regarding treatment, medical history or health education and/or any other component of this Contract. The HMO must:
Interpreter Services. When an interpreter is necessary for effective communication, ADC shall ensure that interpreters are provided in a timely manner. ADC agrees that, between the time an interpreter is requested and the time an interpreter arrives, ADC Staff will continue to try to communicate with the Patient and/or Companion who is deaf or hard of hearing for such purposes and to the same extent as they would have communicated with a person who is not deaf or hard of hearing, using all available methods of communication. This section is not intended to delay the provision of appropriate medical care and services. A staff member authorized to approve and schedule interpreting services shall be available at all times during normal business hours. Types of Interpreter Services:
Interpreter Services. The Parties anticipate that the Parties will use the same contract interpreters located throughout the world. Each Party will directly compensate those contract interpreters for services rendered for such Party. The Parties also anticipate that some interpretation services for LL UK’s customers will be provided by interpreters who are employees of LL US. For such interpretation services, LL UK will pay LL US at a fair market rate (which, at the present time, is approximately £0.70 per minute).
Interpreter Services. There shall be an adequate interpreter service for all areas of the hospital and out-patient departments, twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week. Interpreters shall be knowledgeable in medical terminology. BMC will create a central email address that can be used to report instances in which interpreter services were lacking in some way. The Hospital has tasked a group of physicians with (i) identifying gaps in the current provision of interpreter services and (ii) making recommendations to address those gaps with the goal of enhancing patient safety. Any issues regarding interpreter services that are reported to the central email address designated for interpreter services reports shall be shared with the committee. The Committee of Interns and Residents may select up to eight (8) House Staff representatives to participate on the committee to facilitate attendance by at least two (2) but no more than three (3) representatives.
Interpreter Services. As soon as it is determined that the enrollee is of limited English proficiency the HMO must provide interpreter and sign language services free of charge for enrollees as necessary to ensure availability of effective communication regarding treatment, medical history or health education and/or any other component of this contract. The HMO must:
Interpreter Services. HMO must provide trained, professional interpreters when technical, medical, or treatment information is to be discussed.
Interpreter Services. Interpreter services shall be made available by telephone or in-person to ensure that Enrollees are able to communicate with MCO and Network Providers. MCO shall make oral interpretation services available free of charge to each Enrollee. This applies to non-English languages as specified in 42 C.F.R. 438.10(c)(5).