CLI’s Video Remote Interpreting Language List Doubles to Keep Up with Demand

When clients approach us with the need for interpreters in a new language, we listen. In addition to the dozens of new client-requested languages we’ve...

Celebrating Death: From Día de los Muertos to the Hungry Ghost Festival

Halloween today is a cute, innocent celebration. It’s an excuse to dress up in a costume, eat too much candy, and maybe seek some exciting but ultimately safe thrills in...

Telehealth and Interpreting Share Roots in the Telephone

Contrary to the belief of some, Alexander Graham Bell’s first call after inventing the telephone was not for medical assistance. But it makes for a great story. Since its invention in...

CLI Named One of The Oregonian’s Top Workplaces for 5th Year

CLI is proud to announce that we’ve been named as one of The Oregonian’s 2018 Top Workplaces in the state of Oregon and Southwest Washington!...

Three Cheers for Language — Celebrating International Translation Day

Originally established by the Fédération Internationale des Traducteurs (FIT), International Translation Day is celebrated around the world to recognize the...

Lack of Discharge Translation Sparks Lawsuit

What Healthcare Providers Should Take Away from the Recent Section 1557 Lawsuit A few months ago, Song Xie sued a hospital system in Texas saying that the hospital discriminated against...

CLI's Success Team for CMS Call Center Monitoring

Meet the CLI team that helps health plans and interpreters navigate CMS star rating criteria If you work for a health plan that deals with CMS...

We The People

As proud partners with the We The People web series, CLI has been collecting stories from both employees and interpreters about their immigration experiences so that we can share them...

These Are the Questions Your Staff Has About Language Access

The sometimes surprising questions we hear about language access policy from healthcare providers Whether you’re creating a new language access plan or you’re revising your organization’s existing plan, someone on your...

We The People - Rosa's Story

For our second installment of immigration stories we are sharing, I have the story from Rosa Rodriguez, one of our K'iche' interpreters. Rosa's story offers a really telling perspective on...