LifeLinks is pleased to present a promotion that has never been offered by any interpreting company
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 22, 2010
LifeLinks, the leading on-demand video interpreting service, announces breakthrough Spanish language interpretation. Pay the same for LifeLinks Spanish video interpretation service as conventional Spanish phone interpretation. Now business, medical and education users can have an invaluable service at a remarkable price.
“LifeLinks is pleased to present a promotion that has never been offered by any interpreting company,” says Evan David of LifeLinks. “Lifelinks will match whatever you are currently paying for telephonic interpreting and provide video interpreting with TV quality, even wirelessly.”
Nothing makes people feel more vulnerable that being a hospitalized patient. A language barrier makes that immeasurably worse. Video interpreting adds an extra, more humane dimension to language interpretation. Instead of words alone, video adds gesture, expression – unspoken communication can go a long way to providing comfort and understanding. LifeLinks now offers this additional service at NO additional cost over telephone interpreting.
Video interpreting bridges communication between medical staff and patients who speak sign and foreign languages, resulting in better medicine, reduced liability and ADA compliance. LifeLinks offers live interpretation in more than 180 languages as well as sign language, and can have an interpreter available in less than 30 seconds. The service is available 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
At a typical cost of $2.75 per minute, video interpreting can be expensive, especially when compared to the average $1.25 per minute cost of phone interpreting. Video interpreting isn’t just for spoken language; LifeLinks is the only service capable of sign language interpretation services for the deaf and hard of hearing using a customer's existing equipment.
LifeLinks is easy to implement and most facilities already have everything needed for operation: a personal computer, laptop, smartphone or wireless device with Internet connectivity; a bedside TV and/or a communication on wheels (COW) system. Users can select the gender and opt for an interpreter with specific expertise such as legal, health (OB/GYN, GI, Psychiatry) or education.
For more information about LifeLinks’ video interpreting services or for user quotes or testimonials, visit http://www.lifelinks.net.