Introducing the world’s first multilingual medical communications system
Imagine you’re in a serious accident and no one at the hospital speaks the same language as you. In many parts of the United States and the world, that’s often what happens.
But that’s changing, thanks to a team of visionaries who invented Phrazer, a handheld device with a touch screen that collects patient information and allows people to communicate in their own language with medical professionals.
Phrazer asked Greenfield Communications to help introduce it to the world by generating stories with medical, business and general news organizations, developing its logo and creating its unique launch invitation (shown here), which was the actual size of a Phrazer device and partially written in several languages to demonstrate its need.