Interpreted IMEs

Also, known as independent medical exams. Great interpreters know how to work with medical providers to ensure the best results. Interpreting your pain and discomfort in another language is deeply personal and can be an emotional experience.

Let one of our CCHI certified medical interpreters be there to help you get the most out of your exam or treatment.

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Who hires IME interpreters?

We de IMEs for private individuals and organizations in law and medicine.

You can count on us to help you find an interpreter who is professional and prepared for you appointments.

Accurate & Reliable

Hiring a professional medical CCHI certified interpreter does not need to be challenging. Peruse our marketplace of providers and choose one matching your budget and requirements. You will not find an easier way anywhere.

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surgery procedure using interpreter

Certified medical interpreters have completed HIPAA training and know the processes for keeping your information private. 



Whether you are a patient or doctor, review profiles in the marketplace and let one of our CCHI or NBCMI interpreters assist with your next appointment.

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Telehealth & Video

Fortunately, meeting with your doctor these days is as easy as turning on your computer. No more driving, checking-in and waiting. However, you may need help understanding the exam and the results.

One of our CCHI or NBCMI interpreters can help you overcome this barriers. Simply add the video conference link to your order and voila! you interpreter appears, ready to facilitate clear communication between you and your provider. Use the link from your preferred service.

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An IME or independent medical exam is usually carried out by a doctor chose by the defendant in a civil case. Often, the examining doctor for an IME is hired by an insurance company to assess compensation. The doctor’s report of the IME is what insurance companies use to determine an appropriate compensation. 


In civil cases the plaintiff’s exam is often paid by the law firm through a letter of protection or LOP. If the injured person is an employee seeking benefits they are sometimes required to pay a fee of 10-15% of the IME. That fee also goes to the doctor hired by the insurance company. In reality, many employees choose to pay the fee themselves.

Immediately after the complaint, lawyers prepare a defense and gather evidence and documents. If they are believed, a lawsuit will be filed against the accused. The lawsuit usually consists of three phases: The first is proving that the employee, who is their client, was in fact injured. After that, the plaintiff tries to prove the injuries were caused by the act of the employer. Finally, the plaintiff tries to prove compensation.

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Bid Rate Clients set a rate they are willing to pay for services. As an Interpreter, you will be notified about these assignments with a set hourly rate. You decide if you are willing to work for that rate. Additionally, Interpreters may be assigned to these requests automatically, on-demand, by giving prior approval.

GoSignify is used by law firms, consumer health facilities, businesses, enterprises, regular people and more.

GoSignify uses direct deposit to pay Interpreters, so a valid checking account, routing or IBAN number, and billing address are required. During registration, you’ll add your bank information and billing address in order to get paid via the app. Savings accounts, prepaid debit cards, and reloadable bank cards aren’t valid, even if they accept direct deposits. We take protecting your personal information seriously and use the latest encryption technologies available to do so. Your information will never be shared with third parties and is for internal use only. We currently use Stripe payments to process transactions.

We require most interpreters to have at least 1 year of interpreting experience in a professional or volunteer setting. Our matching engine matches you clients based on their particular needs, and whether they require medical or court licensing. However, for uncommon languages for which there are no exams, you may be asked to provide up to 3 references.

Processing time may vary by city, but most registrants are able to begin tasking within four business days of finishing registration. You’ll receive a notification once your registration is processed. If we need additional information from you to process your registration, we will reach out.

Once you have passed our vetting process, complete your profile, and include a professional photo, so you appear confidently in Search. If you are not getting assignments, you may need to be patient and consider a few factors. Demand for your language(s) depends overall demand on the platform for your language pair, the number of interpreters for your language, your rate, and other factors. If you would like to know more about rates. go here.

To become an Interpreter, you will need to meet the following requirements:

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Consent to an ID check and credential verification. This helps keep our platform safe for all users.
  • Have a checking account with a financial institution. This is how you’ll get paid through the platform.
  • Have a smartphone. You’ll be managing your tasks through GoSignify.
  • Have an high-speed internet connection
  • Provide valid U.S. Social Security number.
  • California only: Submit a business license confirming you are a sole proprietor. Why do I need this?