Language Solutions for Pharmacy Management System Providers
Your Customers—the Pharmacies—Are Looking for Language Solutions
harmacies across the country are searching for ways to serve the non-English speaking population better. In states such as New York and California, many large pharmacy chains are required to provide translation of SIGs, auxiliary warning labels, and Consumer Medication Information (CMI) leaflets into a six or more languages, such as Chinese, Spanish, Russian, and Vietnamese.
Other pharmacy companies are looking to attract more diverse customers who may come in to fill a prescription but leave with additional purchases.
What if you can help your customers, the pharmacies, meet their multilingual needs without much work?
You Can Enable Pharmacy Management Software to Speak approximately Twenty Languages and Translate SIGs on the Fly—Without Having to Learn a Word of Chinese
RxTran’s HIPAA-compliant suite of solutions enables Pharmacy Management Systems to provide multilingual labels and SIGs to their customers via a simple XML-based API. Most systems can be adapted very easily and inexpensively to integrate with our solutions. So you not only help your customers meet their requirements better, but you also acquire additional revenue streams.
For More Information
To get more information about our pharmacy language services, call 617-621-0945 or email email@example.com to find out how RxTran can help you provide a more comprehensive set of services to your pharmacy clients.
Available 24/7 365 days a year in over 150 languages:
- No Monthly Fees
- No Minimum Usage
- No Special Equipment needed
Massive online, growing database of foreign language drug instructions to print directly onto prescription labels:
- Directions for Use (SIGs)
- Auxiliary Warning Labels
- Patient Education Sheets
- Access our library of multilingual Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and drug information, including descriptions on the proper use of medical devices dispensed by your pharmacy; all delivered to your customers when they pick up their prescription.
- Providing your customers with comprehensive written information in their primary language will limit the need for the more expensive over-the-phone interpreting services.