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2014 IMIA Conference Welcomes CyraCom as Its Major Sponsor

December 13, 2013

CyraCom will be the main supporter of the upcoming International Medical Interpreter Association (IMIA) Conference in Houston, Texas January 16 – 19, 2014.

Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 13, 2013

CyraCom will be the main supporter of the upcoming International Medical Interpreter Association (IMIA) Conference in Houston, Texas January 16 – 19, 2014.

As one of the largest employers of healthcare interpreters in the US, CyraCom is committed to advancing the medical interpreter profession and promoting quality standards across the healthcare setting. CyraCom was recently recognized by Inc. magazine’s Hire Power Awards for creating 373 US jobs in the past 18 months. Most of the jobs that were created are full-time employee medical interpreter positions that include paid training and benefits.

The conference will host over 60 forums, workshops and panels featuring top industry speakers who will cover topics such as mental health interpreting and the future of medical interpreter education. To register for the conference or for further information, please visit: http://www.imiaweb.org/conferences/2014conference.asp.

About CyraCom

CyraCom provides language solutions for healthcare, including Over-the-Phone Interpretation, Video Remote Interpretation, Translation and Localization, and On-Site Interpretation to over 2,000 healthcare clients. The company is exclusively endorsed by the American Hospital Association for its interpretation and translation solutions and is ISO 9001:2008-quality certified.

About IMIA

The International Medical Interpreters Association (IMIA) is an umbrella association that promotes and develops standards and best practices in the field of medical interpreting. As an international US-based non-profit organization of medical interpreters, it represents over 2,100 practicing medical interpreters as the ultimate experts in medical interpreting and as the best option for equitable care for minority language patients around the world, promoting language access in healthcare as an essential human right.

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