Clinical Services

Seminar

CS1-15 - Emergencies Speak Every Language: How to Provide Crisis Care to Persons With Limited English Proficiency (LEP)

Tuesday, May 1
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: E450A

Learn to assess your organization’s emergency and disaster preparedness, especially with regard to aiding people with limited English proficiency. Discover how telehealth organizations can prepare for multilingual needs in a crisis situation, and understand the legal rules and requirements you must comply with. Through case studies of actual disasters like Hurricane Harvey, examine effective emergency responses and come away with measurable steps and scalable, comprehensive processes for replicating success.

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Preston J. Taylor

OPI Business Development at United Language Group
United Language Group

Preston Taylor has been connecting organizations with compliance, software and language solutions for a decade. He has years of experience in healthcare language interpretation, organizational development and risk management At United Language Group, he works with communication providers in the health and insurance space, getting them the help they need in every language.

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