ULG in the News

Improve Patient Outcomes with Better Language Access

Original Publication: Medical Economics Patients with limited English proficiency (LEP) face poorer health outcomes due to low health literacy and language barriers. In a recent systematic review, 75% of studies showed that LEP patients experienced better ...

Topics: Healthcare


When PHE ends, millions could lose Medicaid benefits

As seen in Healthcare IT News https://www.healthcareitnews.com/video/when-phe-ends-millions-could-lose-medicaid-benefits The eventual sunset of the federal public health emergency could be a challenge for many. United Language Group's Leslie Iburg and Abigail ...

Topics: Healthcare, Health Outcomes Solutions


MedCity News: Bridging Cultural Gaps to Improve Health Equity

Original publication: MedCity News Although many healthcare systems across the country have developed promising pilot programs, there remains an urgent need to develop systematic approaches to addressing health disparities within diverse populations. ...

Topics: Healthcare


Healthcare Business Today: Leveraging AI Technology to Achieve Health Equity

Original Publication: Healthcare Business Today For decades, healthcare organizations have struggled to address racial and ethnic disparities throughout the member journey. The emergence of AI technology provides payers with new opportunities to attract, ...

Topics: Healthcare


United Language Group Leverages AI to Identify Member Language Preference

New AI solution enables healthcare organizations to meet CMS requirements and improve Star ratings Recently, the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) announced the addition of a three-year implementation plan to include race and ethnicity ...

Topics: Technology, Healthcare


United Language Group Announces Partnership with Vidyo

New Integration Provides Remote Interpreter Access to Vidyo Users Minneapolis, MN, USA – United Language Group (ULG) today announced that they have developed a partnership with Vidyo, a real-time communication platform. ULG interpreter solutions provide Vidyo ...

Topics: Technology, Government, Healthcare, Financial, Insurance


United Language Group Awarded $1.1 Million to Support Populations with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) in Accessing Health Care Coverage

United Language Group named a recipient of $1.1 million as a part of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) program’s $80 million investment to support Navigators in ensuring health coverage access to underserved populations. MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota – ...

Topics: Healthcare, Insurance


United Language Group Launches Bilingual Care Coordination Program

New Program Helps Break Down Language Barriers in Healthcare Settings Across the Country MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota – United Language Group is formally announcing the launch of their Bilingual Care Coordination Program. This new program is focused on ...

Topics: Interpreting, Healthcare, Over the Phone Interpreting


Insurers Roll Up Sleeves in Bid to Promote Vaccine Equity

Article written by Leslie Small at AIS Health.com With three coronavirus vaccines authorized for use in the U.S. and production and distribution continually ramping up, it’s now more important than ever for stakeholders across the health care system to get ...

Topics: Interpreting, Translation, Healthcare, COVID-19


Conference Connections: ULG to attend European UDI Forum

Eileen Kerry, out of ULG’s Galway Office, will represent ULG at this forum, exploring current and future regulations for how medical devices are labeled. This is the only European conference dedicated to global UDI compliance and wider industry implications. ...

Topics: Healthcare, Industry