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Company Overview of Language Access Network, LLC
Language Access Network, LLC provides on-demand video medical interpreting services for hospitals and medical institutions in the United States. It also offers services to limited English proficient, and deaf and hard-of-hearing patients. Language Access Network, LLC was formerly known as Preciss, LLC and changed its name to Language Access Network, LLC in September 2005. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Columbus, Ohio. As of July 22, 2008, Language Access Network, LLC operates as a subsidiary of Emergent Medical Associates, Inc.
1103 Schrock Road
Columbus, OH 43229
Founded in 2003
Key Executives for Language Access Network, LLC
Chief Operating Officer and Director
Director of Interpreter Services
Vice President of Language Network Services
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Language Access Network, LLC Key Developments
Anne Arundel Medical Center Implements Improved Language Access Network's Interpretation System
Jul 16 14
Anne Arundel Medical Center was recently selected from Language Access Network's (LAN) rapidly growing client base to implement its enhanced Martti(My Accessible Real-Time Trusted Interpreter) interpretation system for Limited English Proficient and Deaf and Hard of Hearing patients. Martti is LAN's state-of the-art mobile device connecting the high quality, medically trained interpreters with doctors and patients around-the-clock via live video at the touch of its screen. With Martti's usage in more than 350 medical facilities nationwide, improvements are continually being developed at LAN to remain ahead of the increasing language challenges faced by healthcare providers. This newest platform includes a number of enhancements greatly improving user interface through features such as a larger-scale screen, one-touch access to specific languages, simple touchscreen instructions and technical support, improved high-resolution video, optimized reliability and connectivity and improved privacy settings.
St. John Providence Health System Enters into Partnership with Language Access Network
May 29 14
A key component in ensuring the high quality of care is the ability to communicate clearly with all patients equally, as quickly as possible, regardless of language barriers that may be present. St. John Providence Health System recognizes the significance of a ticking clock when it comes to providing the best care to all of its patients. Through a partnership with Language Access Network (LAN), St. John Providence provides interpretation services to its Limited English Proficient and Deaf and Hard of Hearing patients. Using LAN's innovative live video medical Interpretation technology known as Martti(TM) (My Accessible Real-Time Trusted Interpreter), SJPHS medical professionals have access 24/7 to the most highly trained medical interpreters in the industry. The Martti device resembles a flat screen television and with the simple touch of a button, LAN interpreters of over 210 languages are available via its private, HIPAA compliant network. Interpretation services are certainly not new to hospitals; in fact law requires them. But LAN's Martti units provide nearly instant round-the-clock access to all of these languages, something that just isn't possible to accomplish with onsite staffing.
Language Access Network Provides Innovative Interpretation Services to Stamford Hospital Utilizing Technology
Apr 29 14
The ability for patients to communicate effectively with their healthcare providers is instrumental in achieving the best outcomes. Through a partnership with Language Access Network (LAN), patients at Stamford Hospital who are Limited English Proficient (LEP), and Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing, have access to technology to assist them in communicating successfully with the healthcare professionals caring for them. LAN enables patients and caregivers to utilize its Martti(TM) (My Accessible Real-Time Trusted Interpreter) units to connect via live video and audio within seconds, at the touch of a button, with the high quality medical interpreters in over 210 languages, including American Sign Language. The lightweight Martti device resembles a flat computer screen and can be carried, or easily rolled on its stand, alongside a patient throughout the facility. Once connected, the patient, healthcare provider and LAN medical interpreter can see and hear each other, which provides valuable non-verbal information to enhance understanding.
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