Remove Language Barriers to Patient Care

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Remove Language Barriers to Patient Care

Clear communication between patients and hospital staff is essential to quality care. Voyce, a technology-driven company offering multilingual translation services, gives hospital staff on-demand access to a pool of trained medical interpreters who can translate more than 240 language and dialects, including American Sign Language.

In situations where every minute matters, Voyce can connect clinical staff with a fluent, qualified medical interpreter in less than 20 seconds on average. The technology is HIPAA- and ADA-compliant and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The Voyce platform is integrated with a variety of telehealth systems, and the company recently launched a language-interpreter app for Zoom, the video meeting platform used globally. Invisible-Care Inc., a virtual attendant care service provider, recently announced that it would integrate Voyce to its service.

“Health equity can be actualized through providers’ use of the best tools available. Voyce ensures conversations can be started, consent can take place and the little nuances that are so central to a patient experience are recognized, not ignored,’ said Andrew Royce, CEO of Voyce.

If we can help you meet language assistance needs, please contact Kristin Hill, Solvent Networks business development manager, at khill@scha.org or 803.454.6959.

As a division of the South Carolina Hospital Association, we understand the hospital business. Our ready-to-deploy solutions for your workforce, financial, operational and compliance needs can save money on your bottom line – or generate revenue that you can re-invest in improving healthcare for the people of South Carolina.  For more information, visit Solvent Networks, follow us on Linked In or watch HERE.  Access your network today.

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