Medical Translation Services vs. Medical Interpreter Services

Many people use the words translation and interpretation interchangeably, but they actually have very different meanings. Translation refers to the written word. It is the transformation of written text from one language into another. Interpretation..

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What’s Got Biotech Fueled Up for 2017?

Yesterday I attended a seminar at Central Labs in Cambridge – cool space if you’ve never been there. Jonathan Norris from Silicon Valley Bank presented on “Stops and Starts: What’s Got Biotech Fueled Up for 2017?”. If you have the chance to hear him present –..

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Patient Records Translation

"Medical Tourism" is the term that refers to traveling to another country for medical procedures.  Correct patient records translation contributes to overall success.  While the United States is the most expensive healthcare market in the world, states..

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Medical Consent Forms

To the layperson, medical jargon is effectively a language unto itself.  In fact if doctor handwriting is anything to go by, it even has its own alphabet.    Fortunately in their daily practice, most medical professionals make use of diagrams and common..

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Medical Authorization Translations

 

 Although obtaining adequate health insurance has been a hot topic for nearly a decade, understanding medical authorization forms is the next hurdle for the newly insured. Some 60.6 million people, or nearly one-in-five people in the U.S.A. aged five or..

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Patient Recruitment Translation

 

Patient Recruitment Translation
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The Challenges of Technical Translation

Imagine that you’ve just bought a refractor telescope. As you assemble the pieces, you follow the instructions: “Slide counterweight onto the counterweight shaft and secure the counterweight by tightening the counterweight locking knob. Screw counterweight..

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Pharmaceutical Translations:

 

Pharmaceutical Translations
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Understanding Medical Device Translation --

 

Medical Device Translation
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Five Takeaways from MassMedic Forum on Growing Medtech Companies

Based on reflections from Wendy Pease, owner of Rapport International, LLC, a full-service translation and interpretation company based in metro-west Boston, who recently attended a MassMedic program on “Current Thinking on How to Fund, Grow & Exit a Medtech..

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