Attention to the Literature of Healthcare and BIotechnology
The translation of health care and biotechnology documentation is a major area of specialization at Biotext. Its professionals are skilled in medical terminology and concepts and are experts in the translation of an extended scope of health care literature. Biotext expertise ranges from the translation of research reports and physicians' correspondence to the adaptation of text for audiences of immigrant populations having minimal formal education. Biotext professionals are capable of following literacy guidelines while preserving technical accuracy to produce understandable text suitable for the intended health care environment.
Such literature includes:
- Medical Research and Protocols
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Partners In Product Development
Biotext professionals function as business engineering partners in the design of products for the health care market and biotechnology applications. These efforts make multicultural considerations a part of the development cycle, not expensive afterthoughts. Such integrated efforts result in significant reductions in time-to-market, enhanced products that can be marketed globally upon initial offering, and translated documentation that accompanies first release of code.