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A Case For Patient Observation

“Prevention is the best medicine” is a universally-accepted belief amongst healthcare experts. Any good physician would agree – proactive measures that can be taken to avoid disease, illness or injury is the most desirable course of treatment. Regardless of their efforts, however, virtually everyone at some point throughout the course of their life will find…

5 Reasons to Choose Zoom for Telehealth Powered by IDSolutions Continuity

  It’s YOUR Care Program, Telehealth Enabled   Implementing Telehealth is challenging because the requirements of any program, and its users are infinitely diverse and disparate. IDSolutions Continuity is focused on integrating and supporting the diverse and disparate as if they were one, ONE Telehealth program.   Work with Industry Leading Partners Providing World Class…

Next Generation of Video Conferencing Endpoints Using Interactive TouchBoards

  In the visual communications field, historically video conferencing has been conducted with traditional H.323 or SIP endpoints. An endpoint includes a CODEC which connects the device to a network via Ethernet terminations and converts the analog audio and video signals to digital ones which can go through an IP based networks. Attached to the…

How Millennials are Changing Healthcare

Millennials are the largest living generation in the United States and they are having a major influence on the healthcare industry.  The outlook and lifestyle of millennials don’t line up with traditional healthcare delivery which means healthcare is going to either have to adapt or be left behind.  Here are some ways millennials are changing…

InDemand Interpreting is Fostering Healthcare

According to U.S. Census data the limited English proficient (LEP) population grew 80 percent from 1990-2013. Healthcare organizations are required by both federal and state laws to provide language access to these patients. Today, the number of non-English speaking people in the United States is 57 million, about 20% of the population. Non-English speaking patients…

Leveraging Existing Workflows To Extend Your Telemedicine Reach

As telemedicine becomes commonplace in Healthcare systems across the U.S. we are seeing a growth in ancillary systems that seamlessly integrate telehealth workflows. The days of requiring numerous programs to accommodate a telemedicine patient will soon be obsolete. Modernization’s in translation services, in-band audio and EMR integrations give the physician easy access to the tools…

Is There a Difference Between Telehealth, Telemedicine and Telecare?

There are many medical terms being used today that most people may not fully understand. A common misunderstanding is that the terms telehealth, telemedicine and telecare are interchangeable. Each of these terms refers to a different way of administering health care via technology.  There is a distinction between these terms. Telehealth The term telehealth includes a broad…

The Top 5 Reasons why Video in Healthcare is growing, and fast!

TIME! TIME TIME TIME! Doctors and nurses schedules are hectic. With the use of telemedicine it is allowing them to meet quickly. Anytime, anywhere with anyone. With the use of Video Conferencing it’s allowing people in the healthcare field to have more time. Time is valuable and so are patients! Money You know the saying,…