Setting the Standard for Quality in Healthcare Interpreting

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Get Informed.

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Communication.
Quality.
Meaningful Health Care.

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Healthcare Interpreters

The CoreCHI™ and CHI™ are the nation's highest certification credentials available to healthcare interpreters

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Hospitals &
Healthcare Providers

Healthcare providers choose CCHI certified interpreters - CoreCHI™ and CHI™ - as their preferred means of ensuring language access. Join us and demonstrate your commitment to quality care and patient safety.

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Language Service Providers

Healthcare providers depend on you to have trained and qualified interpreters. It is just smart business to validate your hiring practices and training with CCHI credentials.

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Training Providers

Healthcare interpreters and providers choose CCHI accredited continuing education programs. CCHI accreditation ensures your program's credibility and visibility.

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09.24.2017

Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters

Resources for Patients

Health information in multiple languages

Information about your rights

  • American Hospital Association’s Patient Care Partnership brochure teaches patients about rights and responsibilities in regard to their hospital stay. (It comes in English, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.) Read it online at http://www.aha.org/advocacy-issues/communicatingpts/pt-care-partnership.shtml.
  • This site explains new patient rights with regard to health insurance under the 2010 Affordable Care Act: https://www.healthcare.gov/how-does-the-health-care-law-protect-me/.
  • To learn about your rights as a person who does not speak English very well, please visit the Office of Civil Rights website: http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/civilrights/index.html.  You may find materials translated into several languages by choosing your language at the bottom right corner of the page.
  • If you believe that you or an individual that you or your organization represents has been discriminated against because of your race, color, or national origin, including limited English proficiency (LEP), please read the Fact Sheet about how to file a complaint with the Office of Civil Rights.

 

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