We care for your words to help you care for your Spanish speaking patients!
Bridge the cultural gap in your texts with clarity and compassion.
Now, take a deep breath, and just imagine…
- v… that your Spanish speaking patients feel supported because you took the time to understand their needs.
- Z… that you can hand in medical documents without worrying about your patients’ possible misunderstandings of important data.
- ... that they perfectly get all the information contained in the documents so they trust you more than before.
We can help you make this real!
HI! I am Daniela, founder and CEO of Connected Care.
After many years working in the palliative care area as an interpreter, I knew there had to be something bigger I could do to help patients, families and doctors through my profession.
My dads’ terminal disease taught me what it is like to be by the family side, and I guess that’s when I completely realized the importance of doctors showing compassion in their communications.
This is why I created Connected Care, a space to help medical providers to deliver accurate medical information in a clear and compassionate way to their Spanish speaking patients.
I started this journey alone, but today…
Connected Care has transformed into a team whose essence is still there, in the compassion I used to take throughout the hospital hallways at the beginning of my career.
With our help, you will be able to deliver accurate and culturally adapted documents that keep compassion at the forefront of the medical scene.
Connected Care is based on three foundations:
We care for your words so you do not have to worry about language barriers and can focus on your medical job.
How can we help you?
We translate your documents so your patients can receive an effective message in a language they understand.
Latest articles in our blog
In our blog, you’ll find resources that will allow you to bridge the gap of language and culture.
Welcome to Connected Care
Why Connected Care? Is it possible to show compassion in English and Spanish? Is it just words?