Oregon Council On Health Care Interpreters

Oregon Council On Health Care Interpreters

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The 15-member Oregon Council on Health Care Interpreters (OCHCI) advises the Oregon Health Authority on administrative rules and policy standards for the Health Care Interpreter Program. Council members are appointed by the Director of Oregon Health Authority. The Council meets quarterly and meetings are open to the public.

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Health Care Interpreter (HCI) Training Programs Oregon

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Everyone has a right to know about and use Oregon Health Authority (OHA) programs and services. OHA provides free help, for assistance contact Edna Nyamu at [email protected] at least 48 hours before a meeting. Some examples of the free help OHA can provide are: Sign language and spoke language interpreters

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Oregon Medical Board : Health Care Interpreter …

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As part of the passage of House Bill 2359, health care providers who are reimbursed with public funds are now required to work with health care interpreters certified by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA).Qualified interpreters can be found in OHA's Health Care Interpreter Registry.. OHA's new rules intend to ensure that people for whom English is a second language are able …

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Health Care Interpreter Resources, Events, Policy, And …

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Oregon Revised Statues (ORS) 413.550 requires the State of Oregon to establish a program to certify health care interpreters who serve persons with limited English proficiency (LEP) in medical settings. The intent is to assure that persons with LEP get health care services that are based on accurate and complete information.

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Oregon Council On Health Care Interpreters Definition

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Define Oregon Council on Health Care Interpreters. means the advisory body of experts in the areas of language and health care interpreting, industry professionals, educators and community representatives.

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413.554 Oregon Council On Health Care Interpreters.

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2011 Oregon Revised Statutes ORS Volume 10, Chapters 366 - 430 ORS Chapter 413 413.554 Oregon Council on Health Care Interpreters.

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Oregon Council On Health Care Interpreters Application Form

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The Oregon Council on Health Care Interpreters (Council) works in cooperation with the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) to: (1) Develop testing, qualification and certification standards for health care interpreters for persons with limited English proficiency and for persons who communicate in …

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[Hcinterpreters] Govenor's Health Care Interpreter Council

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It will be held in the PSOB, located at 800 NE Oregon St., Room 918, Portland, OR 97232. Should you have any questions, please feel free contact Toni Phipps (503) 947-5438, or myself at the number listed below. Thanks. Alexis M. Asihene DHS - Office of Multicultural Health 800 NE Oregon St., Ste 930 Portland, OR 97232 Email:

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Home Health Care Interpreter Registry

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Welcome Welcome to the state of Oregon’s legislatively mandated Registry of qualified and certified Health Care Interpreter (HCIs)! Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 413.550 requires the use of certified and qualified HCIs.

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Resources — Oregon Health Care Interpreters Association

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Oregon Council on Health Care Interpreters International Medical Interpreters Association (IMIA) California Healthcare Interpreting Association (CHIA) Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI) National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters (NBCMI) Oregon Society of Translators and Interpreters (OSTI)

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Meet The Team — Oregon Health Care Interpreters Association

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Language Access Award from the National Council on Healthcare Interpreting 2013; the Oregon Health Authority Language Access Champion 2013 and the Sister of Blandine of the Holy Angels from Providence Health and Services. Life Time Achievement Award in 2014 for her lifetime work in Healthcare Interpreting. Susy Molano, CMI, Role: Executive Director

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[Hcinterpreters] Health Care Interpreters Council Meeting …

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TO: Oregon Council on Health Care Interpreters FROM: Toni Phipps, Office of Multi Cultural Health RE: Work Plan for January/February, 2004 DATE: January 9, 2003 In December, the Council chair and vice chair, Maria Michalczyk and Maria Loredo, respectively met with staff to discuss a work plan for the next couple of months that will move the Council along on its …

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What is the oregon health authority interpreter program?

Requires health care providers to work with health care interpreters from health care interpreter registry operated by Oregon Health Authority to provide interpretation services. Requires health professional regulatory boards, Department of Human Services and authority to adopt rules to enforce requirement. Provides exceptions.

What is a health care interpreter?

Who are HCIs? HCIs are biligual individuals who help people in their communities by providing high quality health care interpretation at in person medical appointments or over the phone. Learn more about becoming a qualified or certified HCI

What is a high care interpretant hci?

HCIs are biligual individuals who help people in their communities by providing high quality health care interpretation at in person medical appointments or over the phone. Learn more about becoming a qualified or certified HCI

What are the requirements to become an hci in oregon?

Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 413.550 requires the use of certified and qualified HCIs. By law, qualified and certified HCIs have completed 60 hours of required training, demonstrated language proficiencies, applied for and received certification or qualification letters and identification numbers from the Oregon Health Authority.

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