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CyraCom Wins TripleTree iAward for Connected Health
Date:5/31/2013

Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) May 31, 2013

CyraCom was declared winner of the TripleTree iAward for the category of Operational Effectiveness at this year’s Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance Convergence Summit in San Diego.

CyraCom nominated its innovative Video Remote Interpretation solution for the iAward. CyraCom’s Video Remote Interpretation (VRI) is a service that enables effective healthcare for Limited English Proficient patients. CyraCom’s revolutionary VRI system allows healthcare clients to access highly-trained interpreters through a video connection within seconds; all clients need is a computer or tablet with video capabilities. The VRI service creates a visual solution for patients who communicate through American Sign Language and the service also includes 18 spoken languages, including Burmese, Mandarin, French, Somali and Spanish.

“It is an honor to receive this award,” said Jeremy Woan, CEO and Chairman of CyraCom. “CyraCom is proud to contribute to the innovation that is happening in the areas of connected health and telemedicine.”

About CyraCom

CyraCom provides innovative language solutions for healthcare, including Over-the-Phone Interpretation, Video Remote Interpretation, Translation and Localization, and On-Site Interpretation to over 2,000 healthcare clients. The company is exclusively endorsed by the American Hospital Association for its interpretation and translation solutions and is ISO 9001:2008 quality certified.

About the TripleTree iAwards

The TripleTree iAward for Connected Health annually recognizes companies that are demonstrating insight, innovation, and initiative in healthcare through the convergence of wireless, mobile, cloud and social technologies.

About TripleTree

Founded in 1997, TripleTree provides independent, research-driven merchant banking services including mergers and acquisitions, recapitalizations, divestitures and raising growth capital for innovative companies in healthcare. To learn more or sign up for our regular healthcare blog, visit http://www.triple-tree.com

About Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance (WLSA)

The Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance (WLSA) is a trade association dedicated to improving health globally by accelerating the development of connected health solutions. Its members and affiliates include global companies and start-ups, foundations and providers, scientists, and policy makers. The WLSA is committed to accelerating the adoption of connected health to create value, improve health and wellness for consumers, caregivers and all sectors of the life sciences and technology ecosystem. WLSA members and affiliates are creating wireless and connected health innovations to simplify the management of chronic conditions, preempt disease and improve lives around the world.

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