By Market Intelligence Team

New rules that go into effect July 1, 2022 will require health care provider organizations reimbursed with public funds to work with credentialed health care interpreters qualified or certified by Oregon Health Authority (OHA). In addition, OHA – and state boards that license and certify health care professionals – must develop rules to enforce the new requirements for health care interpreting services. The new rules ensure health care providers and interpretation service companies work with best practices in providing health care interpretation services. The rules also will improve access to health care interpreters in rural communities in Oregon, particularly to…
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