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Experts say that user error causes 60-80% of all accidents involving medical devices. Correctly translated instructions and well-formulated explanations prevent mistakes that could have serious consequences.
In an industry that requires the highest level of accuracy, Apex is trusted by major life sciences companies, including medical device manufacturers, healthcare institutions, and contract research organizations worldwide. As one of the market leaders in the field, we have developed and refined procedures that are certified to the ISO 17100-2015 quality standard so that we can deliver highly accurate medical translations within (often short) regulatory time frames.
Apex assigns medical translations only to medically and scientifically qualified linguists. Typically, they are medical doctors, researchers, or highly experienced specialists with significant subject matter expertise.
When Your Health Is on the Line
If you have had or are anticipating medical treatment abroad, you’ll need translation services for your medical records in order to ensure continuity of care and appropriate reimbursement from your insurance company. We at Apex translate your health information as painstakingly as if it were our own, since we know that even the slightest error can make a big difference in your insurance payout or your treatment. After the translation is finished, it is reviewed by an editor with qualifications matching those of the translator. And naturally, every word is confidential: all of our highly trained medical translators and reviewers sign a non-disclosure agreement to make certain that your private information stays that way.
The Importance of Choosing a Qualified Provider for Medical Translations
A common misconception among people seeking a translation in a specialized field such as medicine is that any translator can do the job. After all, the reasoning goes, translators understand both languages they are dealing with, so isn’t translation just the process of converting a text from one language to another? How hard can it be? [Read More]