Using language services and telehealth to improve health equity in your community

Healthcare organizations are digging deeper to improve health equity and access to care in telehealth.

With 89 percent of U.S. adults owning a smartphone, telehealth services can help break down barriers as patients are able to get care from anywhere. Advancements in language services and other technologies allow telehealth services to become even more accessible.

Learn how improvements in virtual care and language services can make a difference in this whitepaper.

Key learnings:
  • How advances in language services and technology are improving access to care for limited English proficient, deaf or hard of hearing patients
  • Why ensuring health equity in telehealth programs is a necessary and vital element of a successful strategy
  • Strategies to define telehealth roles and secure talent with the right competencies to fill them


Please fill out the form to download the whitepaper.