Plain Language Resources and Examples
We create original communications using Plain Language and Health Literacy writing or we can modify your existing documents so that they are easy-to-read and present complex ideas in a clear way. In addition, we do readability and usability testing.
Our clients in the health care industry must provide their members with communications that are written in Plain Language and meet Medicaid and Medicare reading level requirements. Often our clients do not have the in-house resources or Health Literacy expertise to meet these goals.
From disease management to general health awareness campaigns — whether for print, audio or web-based usage — we deliver efficient, effective, high quality results, so you can deliver exceptional patient outcomes.
Click on the presentation below to see what good health literacy writing looks like.
Other Plain Language Resources for you to download and read:
- Ask Me 3 – Words to Watch – Fact Sheet on which words you should avoid in your communications.
- Health Literacy – A Toolkit for Communicators – Steps for initiating or broadening a Health Literacy Program in your organization.
- SAM – Assessment of Materials – What are the first steps to take when assessing your current materials? This is a great resource to lead you through that assessment.
You have your healthcare communications crafted in English and now need to take them into another language. We work in the whole content lifecycle. See more information on healthcare translations here.