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How to Achieve Health Equity with 2M Language Services

Coviu has partnered with 2M Language Services to deliver a free, live webinar on 'How to Achieve Health Equity'.


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Time-critical language access in the healthcare sector can in some cases be the difference between life and death. Australia's leading language service and language technology provider, 2M Language Services, promotes immediate and reliable access to professional healthcare interpreters for non-English speaking patients through the 2M lingo™ app in Coviu.

In this webinar 2M CEO Tea Dietterich and 2M Interpreter Relationship Manager Despina Amanatidou join Coviu to explore how 2M lingo™ works to achieve improved health outcomes for the end-user and greater consultation experiences for both patients and clinicians.

Coviu’s CEO and Co-Founder Dr Silvia Pfeiffer will also touch on the 2M lingo™ integration with Coviu and how it helps provide timely access to health services.

Register for this free, live webinar to learn how you can seamlessly integrate the 2M lingo™ app into your clinic and start requesting professional healthcare interpreters in 250+ languages immediately.



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Can't make it? 

This event will be recorded and sent out to all registrants, so make sure you still register your interest to receive a copy.


In the meantime, if you have any questions about Coviu specifically, reach out to our friendly team. You can also learn more about 2M Language Services here.






The Presenters


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Dr Silvia Pfeiffer - CEO, Coviu

Dr Silvia Pfeiffer is Coviu’s CEO and Co-founder, driving the global mission of Coviu. With over 20 years of experience building new Web video solutions, she has worked at leading corporations including Google, Mozilla, NICTA and CSIRO.

Silvia spun Coviu out of the CSIRO as her second business after founding a Web video analytics company.

Silvia has a PhD in computer science, a masters in business management, has published two books on HTML5 video, and one on video consultations for healthcare businesses.




Tea Dietterich - CEO, 2M Language Services

Tea Dietterich is the Founder and CEO of 2M Language Services, Australia’s leading language service and language technology provider. With a focus on engaging and empowering Australia’s CALD communities, 2M combines industry-leading language technology with the best linguistic talent and data security systems to ensure timely, private, and reliable access to information and services, such as Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) and Remote Simultaneous Interpreting (RSI), in 250+ languages. Tea is also the President of the Australian Association of Language Companies (AALC), a previous Member of the NAATI TRAC and on current QLD RAC as well as an AUSIT Senior Practitioner and Fellow, and a NAATI-certified Interpreter and Translator.



Despina Amanatidou – Interpreter Relationship Manager, 2M Language Services

Despina Amanatidou is a NAATI-certified Interpreter and Translator with over 11 years’ experience in the public health sector. Despina has an in-depth understanding of the barriers that the CALD healthcare consumers face in accessing information and services as well as the issues encountered by the practitioners and the rest of the participants in an interpreter-mediated encounter. Despina is the Vice president for Events and Professional Development of the Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators (AUSIT), the national association for the Interpreting and Translating profession. From this position, she has had the opportunity to organise and oversee a plethora of professional development events and conferences as well as familiarise herself with everything T&I. Other than that Despina tutors Greek Interpreter candidates and participates in research projects.



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