Brand the Interpreter

The Art of Leading with Danilo Formolo

November 25, 2022 Season 5 Episode 79
Brand the Interpreter
The Art of Leading with Danilo Formolo
Show Notes

Danilo Formolo is the Assistant Vice President of Language Access at Atrium Health, one of the largest healthcare systems in the U.S. Danilo is entrusted with leading and transforming one of the most robust healthcare language access programs in the country, and is responsible for language access in four different regions of the Southeast. 

In addition to operational leadership, strategic initiatives include building a large, scalable infrastructure through the use of technology to increase access, optimize efficiencies, and contain costs on a system level. 

Danilo is well known in the industry and has delivered conference presentations around the country on numerous occasions.  He is also responsible for organizing the 2nd largest medical interpreter conference in the U.S., drawing 400 interpreters from the Carolinas and beyond. 

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The interpretation industry is changing. Laws are being passed that require more certification. More and more, interpretation is going remote with video or phone. Machine interpretation is getting better and better. Plus, companies are cutting costs for services like interpretation.

If you aren’t certified, don’t want to use technology, don’t have special skills, and don’t have the ability to be flexible, you’ll get less and less work as an interpreter.

The OHCIA Interpreter Directory, or ID, can help. It brings together interpreters and the organizations that hire them — so they can help each other provide much-needed interpretation services.

  • Free — The ID is free to all interpreters — forever. It’s paid for by subscription fees charged to hiring organizations
  • Trusted — It lists trained, certified interpreters so hiring organizations can trust the quality of the services offered
  • Easy — Interpreters can list specialties, availability, and more — so hiring organizations can easily find talent

OHCIA are the right people to bring interpreters and organizations together like never before. Our leadership has deep roots in the interpreter community, and we care deeply about where this industry is going. We have advocated for interpreters and health care interpretation since 2010, and we’re trusted by individuals and organizations alike.

To find out more about OHCIA’s Interpreter Director click on the link below!


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