We are the pioneers in video remote interpreting, providing services for hospitals, businesses and other institutions since 1999. Today we deliver a full portfolio of language-related services, including over-the-phone interpreting and document translation. With proficiencies in more than 180 languages plus ASL and Braille, we are the one source you need to provide high-quality care and service in your diverse, multi-cultural community.
We offer a full range of VRI services, including American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting and secure Internet videoconferencing. Our technology supports our own portable wireless videoconferencing equipment as well as such Internet-based BYOD platforms as Mac and Windows notebook computers, iOS devices and Android phones.
Deliver more accurate, compliant patient communications with Over the Phone Interpreting (OPI) from DT Interpreting. With our unequalled experience as leaders in services for deaf and limited English proficiency (LEP) patients, and one of the industry’s largest networks of specially trained and skilled native speakers, experienced in interpreting medical terminology.
Properly translated intake forms, patient instructions, medication instructions, informational pamphlets, medical records, even hospital signage all contribute to compliance, more accurate care and a better experience for patient and family. At DT Interpreting, we understand that document translation requires a unique skill set, differing from interpreting the spoken word.
Interpreting and translation services are critical for compliance and quality care for LEP patients. However, to provide a truly comprehensive and compliant service, your organization must address visual disabilities as well. DT Interpreting provides both Braille and audio transcription services to meet this need in a hospital setting.
Why use DT Interpreting?
A man enters your ER clutching his chest with shortness of breath – but can’t hear or speak. What do you do?
Waiting hours for an interpreter to arrive can be deadly in a situation similar to this. Thanks to Video Remote Interpreting technology you can instantly connect with certified interpreters that are specially trained to handle medical situations.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 both require hospitals and other organizations that receive federal support such as Medicare reimbursements to provide communication services for the disabled and for patients and their families with limited English proficiency (LEP).
With DT Interpreting, a small investment can provide you with the peace of mind of working with a single, comprehensive source to meet all your compliance needs. DT Interpreting provides services ranging from ASL Video Interpreting to on-site and over-the-phone interpreting to document services in multiple languages, audio and Braille.