New Service Makes Documents More Accessible


For people with visual differences, hearing differences or other sensory differences, it can provide large-print documents, Braille documents, text-to-speech recognition technology, assistive screen readers, web accessibility testing, telecommunication relay services and sign language support services.

R.R. Donnelly said it developed the program to help health plans and health care providers comply with new Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Medicare document accessibility rules that take effect Jan. 1.

The new program can also help clients comply with Americans with Disability Act standards and other established accessibility regulations.

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