Healthcare Video Conferencing

Reach Who You Need To, From Anywhere.

Today, half the world lacks access to essential health services, and the systems that support the other half are under ever-increasing strain.

By using healthcare video conferencing, healthcare service providers can meet with both colleagues and patients who are located far away, in remote locations, or patients who are immobile and cannot visit health care facilities.

Video conferencing technology allows patients to consult their doctors whenever necessary; depending on the set-up, patients can see their doctors pretty much on-demand. It allows doctors to build stronger relationships with their patients – video conferencing makes this possible without having to hire new staff.

At Remark Group, we provide audio and video conferencing solutions to healthcare facilities, allowing you to communicate and collaborate efficiently amongst colleagues and patients alike.

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Conferencing in Healthcare

When it comes to delivering world-class care to people, nothing should stand in the way. But it seems today’s health and care teams are being asked to do much more, with less. It’s time to design new ways of working, to reinvent our health and social care systems for the future.

Video conferencing equipment is enabling new ways of delivering care in ways that are; better for the system; better for teams; and better for the people they serve. Video conferencing in healthcare is cost effective and helps medical staff and healthcare professionals to maintain a high quality of care for patients.

Research and collaboration on best practices, new findings and trial drugs are vital to the continued advancement and success in medicine.  Video and audio conferencing solutions enable experts both nationally and around the globe to collaborate on a clinician to clinician basis in real time over HD video and share data securely, discuss prognoses, treatments and more.

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The Benefits of using

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Improved Communication 

By using a video conferencing solution, doctors and nurses can talk directly with their patients, observe the condition of their patients, provide prescriptions, and check the course of treatment online.

Improve Medical Training

Video conferencing equips health care professionals with the ability to use their own office, and attend online medical training via Windows PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad and Android Smartphone. Doctors and nurses can listen to instructions, discuss serious diseases, share medical treatment methods, revolutionise research and more. In addition, you can also record the medical processes, so that doctors can play the footage for review and training afterwards.

Saves Time and Money

For doctors and nurses, travelling to see discharged patients can take up a lot of their time and it can quickly get expensive. By using video conferencing, associated costs, carbon emissions and travel time can be reduced considerably.

Allows for collaboration

Medical specialists usually have busy schedules and miss out on the ability to collaborate with other medical specialists and doctors across different locations, such as hospitals, universities and laboratories. Global collaboration is undoubtedly key for the advancement of medical trials, research findings, and sharing best practices within the health care sector; by utilising video conferencing, documents can be shared, presented and edited live from the call. Teleconference in healthcare breaks the geographical restrictions and gives you the opportunity to interact with medical specialists online anytime and anywhere, with less expense.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the conferencing solution free to use for patients?

Yes, your patients will incur no extra costs, all they have to do is download the free software to stay in touch with their doctor.

What are the benefits of video conferencing in healthcare?

Reducing costs and time spent travelling, improved patient care, remote support for patients who are immobile or remote and enhanced communication are just some of the benefits of using video conferencing in healthcare.

Is video conferencing in healthcare secure?

Premium video conferencing services use peer-to-peer transmission for video conferencing. Importantly, the data transmission to and from individual meeting attendees is end-to-end encrypted. As such, communicating via video conferencing is secure, ensuring the privacy of the patients.

Can you have a call with more than one person?

Yes, there are multiple video conferencing solutions that are suitable for healthcare facilities with the ability to have unlimited participants.

To speak to one of our Remark consultants about the best video conferencing solution for your business, call 0800 597 5558 or visit our contact page here.