How Coronavirus Has Impacted Medical Interpretation

The coronavirus has displaced and disrupted many usual medical practices. More than ever, the need for adaptive medical treatment that can reach anyone regardless of their situation or spoken language has proven its importance in the face of a global pandemic.The impact of the coronavirus on medical interpretation and translation, of both face-to-face and remote interpreter services, will shape the future of these processes. Care facilities are reaching out through telemedicine as well as [Read more...]

GTS Translation Steps Up to Assist in COVID-19 Clinical Studies

GTS is Offering a 15% Discount on Translation Services Related with COVID-19 Clinical Studies. Please use Coupon Code COVID19. The COVID-19 pandemic has already taken the lives of over 320,000 people out of nearly 5 million confirmed cases of the deadly virus. So it should come as no surprise that the entire pharmaceutical and healthcare industry is desperately trying to develop a cure, like a vaccine, or at least a drug that will inhibit some of the more deadly symptoms of the virus. The [Read more...]

Do insurance policies cover medical translations?

Medical travel insurance

Experts say 15 percent of travelers encounter some kind of medical problem on their journey (from Forbes website). Since the likelihood of a medical emergency while traveling abroad is significant, it is recommended that you purchase medical emergency travel insurance before traveling to another country. Your local medical insurance does not usually cover medical treatment overseas. Purchasing a medical emergency travel insurance makes sense, especially since the costs are not high for a [Read more...]

Using Translation Services in Investigator Initiated Trials (IIT)

investigator initiated trials translation services

Most people tend to think that clinical trials are conducted by pharmaceutical  or biotechnology companies in their path to releasing a new drug to the market. And indeed most clinical trials are sponsored by drug companies. But there is also a significant number of investigator initiated trials (IIT) that are conducted by public institutions likes Universities and hospitals. According to the US Government NIH over 300,000 clinical studies are currently being conducted worldwide. Out of these, [Read more...]