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Video Conferencing Solutions

Author: Jithendra Manda
by Jithendra Manda
Posted: Apr 25, 2017
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Striking benefits of video conferencing solutions for Healthcare

Video Conferencing isn’t a newly evolved technology though we have very recently started to reap its benefits. The unending perks of video conferencing have started to rope in industries from all verticals, including Healthcare. The technological shift from the hardware-based model to the cloud-based video conferencing solutions has made it all the more desirable both to the patients and the caregivers.

How important is video conferencing for Healthcare?

The importance is paramount. It is the best possible solution when you have a critically ailing person in front of you, gasping to survive and your doctor is beyond your reach. Video communication is slowly becoming a norm as more and more hospitals and healthcare units are adopting it. Apart from being a great life-saving tool for patients, there are certain other benefits that video communication brings in especially for healthcare.

Video Conferencing Solutions for Healthcare are substantially complementing the growth of UC market both in national and international fronts.

Easy collaboration

Healthcare involves risks, which can be minimized with successful collaborative measures.Critical care cases are referred to specialized hospitals for better treatments. Often, shifting base takes a toll over the patient and he/she succumb to the strain. Video conferencing definitely is a great solution for handling similar situations. The specialists can be looped in a single conference suit from various remote locations to discuss and suggest the best possible treatment for the patient. This relieves the patient of his ailments and also curtails the transit cost.

Improved service

Video conferencing solutions help hospitals to go down on paperwork. No more diving into piles of files to get access to the patient’s details. Electronic Health Records (EHR), DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communication) relates the present condition of the patient to the doctor, making diagnosis easy and fast. The doctor can also revert back with an e-prescription suggesting the required medicines and treatments, thus reducing the chances of any miscommunication or misinterpretation.

Upfront benefits for the patients

Video conferencing allows participants to join in from any device, so even the patients and their relatives have the option to connect to the doctors. They can interact and know about the entire diagnosis process, book appointment for out-stationed doctors and seek for remote consultation.

Enterprise mobility

It is estimated that around one-third of the global workforce shall turn mobile with the stupendous advancement in infrastructure and technology. As enterprises get mobilized more and more healthcare units will turn their eyes towards incorporating customized video conferencing solutions as the most effective medium of collaboration.

Video conferencing trends are growing in leaps and bounds and is no more restricted to large corporates, PeopleLink Video Conferencing Solutions are playing their part in bringing effective and secured remote collaboration on the medical front within the reach of the masses. With customized conferencing solutions, industry-specific security standards like HIPAA (Health Insurance Provability and Accountability) and HL7(Health Level-7). PeopleLink’s Video Conferencing Solutions for healthcare are substantially complementing the growth of UC market both in national and international fronts.

About the Author

Doyel has been into technical/content writing for 8 years.She has been providing industry-specific marketing collateral for various business verticals.

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Author: Jithendra Manda

Jithendra Manda


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