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Webinar: The Modern Approach to Patient Observation

Sep 26, 2018 12:00 PM Central Time
On-Demand
There are 1 million falls annually at US hospitals, 80% of which go unobserved. 30% of these falls result in moderate to serious injuries. These are the statistics that drive a hospitals focus on reducing patient fall risk. Falls in the hospital setting increase overall healthcare costs and increase the liability of the organization where the fall occurred. This webinar will explore how hospitals can utilize advancements in video technology to provide real-time interactive patient observation that is more scalable and cost effective than ever before. In addition to fall risk prevention, applications include behavioral health and long-term care observation needs. Join Nicholas Luthy, Vice President of Product for IDSolutions, as he presents MedSitter, the modern approach to patient observation.
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Telemedicine & Telehealth Service Provider Summit

October 8-9, 2018
Glendale, AZ
SPS is a national conference focusing on linking telemedicine and telehealth service provider companies with hospitals, healthcare systems, clinics and others who need their services. SPS is about bringing better healthcare to patients, communities, and populations; improving outcomes; and reducing costs. It is about helping hospitals and healthcare systems to thrive through partnerships with telemedicine providers.
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Webinar: Making Connections: Treating Autism in schools and homes with Advanced Video Collaboration and Robotics

10/19/2016 (Past)
On-Demand
1 in 68. That is the current prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a developmental disorder that affects more than 3.5 million Americans. Experts agree that early and intensive intervention is a key component to treating the symptoms of Autism and has the greatest impact on a child’s overall developmental trajectory. Join Akron Children’s Hospital and the University of Utah to see how advanced video technologies, like NET+ Vidyo by IDSolutions, are combining with technologies like Kubi from Revolve Robotics to enable doctors, therapists, and early interventionists to deliver early and intensive therapy for more children with Autism than ever before.
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