5 Ways Video Conferencing Improves Healthcare and Hospital Wifi

Whether managing a large urban hospital or a small rural facility, video conferencing has successfully addressed a handle of educational, managerial, and patient challenges. Videoconferencing and other collaborative solutions can deliver great results, especially in the healthcare industry. High definition video conferencing systems can allow doctors to connect with patients and other parts of the medical staff instantly and easily.

Here are 5 Ways Video Conferencing Improves Healthcare and Hospital Wifi:

1) Video Conferencing Saves Money
Even while miles away, doctors can instantaneously see video images of their patients, receive test results and even talk directly with those administering treatment at the patients location.
Video conferencing reduces the amount of travel and the associated carbon footprint which can help a hospital meet their environmental objectives as well.
2) Video Conferencing Improves Education
Video can also help doctors who have trouble finding time to travel to take courses that continue their education. Many doctors over the country are taking advantage of connecting with continuing education courses through video to keep their skills sharp and their certifications up-to-date.
3) Video Conferencing Improves Communication
With Video Conferencing, training new employees can be done in large groups and across multiple locations for common issues like benefits, hospital policies, or compliance. It also allows for new information to be presented to several locations in a single session.
4) Video Conferencing Improves Quality of Care
By using video conferencing, a hospital can eliminate the need to transfer a patient that needs specialized ongoing care. It also improves the delivery of treatment as doctors in other locations can speak directly with those administering care, as well as make clinical diagnoses and consultations with patients.
5) Video Conferencing Improves Competitive Advantage
Teams communicating through video conferencing share knowledge more widely, resulting in faster and more informed decisions that reduce the time to market for new products and services. Video Conferencing, especially in healthcare, can be leveraged to create more personal, one-to-one relationships between patients and staff, encouraging trust and loyalty.
Justifying an investment in video conferencing is easy because the returns appear in more than several measures. Video conferencing allows the right people to access necessary information when they need it, no matter where they may be. This not only gets the information to the proper personnel quickly, but this also cuts down on wasted time and money on travel. 

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Video conferencing in Business

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We often think about a meeting as what happens once all parties are engaged on a video call. There is little consideration given to the effort that is unfortunately often required to even begin the meeting. Not knowing how, when, or if a user will even be able to join a meeting is incredibly frustrating.

By prioritizing ease of use during that very first, often-irritating step—entering the video meeting—you can ensure employees use (and reuse) your video conferencing investment. Find a solution that lets users connect with a single click, rather than a multiple-step process, and integrate it with your other collaboration tools so scheduling a video meeting feels effortless.

The after-meeting experience is very important as well. Many of us have conflicting schedules during the day and may need to join a meeting a little late or leave it a little early. Having a solution that provides exceptional recording and playback features helps keep people engaged and informed. In Matel-Tech we help in the installation and maintenance support systems of this solution. Call us today 08066316711

Working in the Digital Age

In today’s world, access to chat applications, video conferencing, and social platforms are commonplace in our personal lives—imagine living without Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! As each of these applications (and those like them) becomes more prevalent, businesses are beginning to recognize their usefulness and adopt the technology for their teams. And those that do so see the benefits—employee productivity is skyrocketing by as much as 25% for those organizations that make communication and collaboration easy for their teams.

As business applications like Polycom, Cisco, OneDrive, and others become more prevalent, companies are seeing the benefit in allowing employees to work remotely. In fact, up to 43% of employed Americans worked remotely at least some of the time in 2016 and this number is continuing to rise. After all, if employees can be as productive at home (or in the coffee shop), why should they spend time commuting to and from the office each day?

And on the other hand, if team collaboration and communication can happen regardless of location, why limit employees to one geographical location? If talent can be found in other areas, would it not make more sense to hire them to work remotely in order to benefit from their skills, even if they are not willing to relocate? HR Business Partner at South Dakota State University stated, “Companies looking to hire top talent today must span geographical and cultural boundaries and find ways to help these people see the company’s location as their new home. Using social media and other technology to source, interview, and hire talent is the new norm and recruiters must be willing and able to adapt to using these technologies to meet talent where they are.”

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How to Stop Working on Vacation & Still Get Things Done

commWork Before You Leave
It may seem obvious, but the best way to ensure that you don’t have to work on vacation is to get everything done before you leave. While it may be tempting to cut our early in order to go shopping for that perfect swimsuit or start packing, you’ll thank yourself later for putting a few extra hours in at the office before you leave. Use your last few days in the office finishing up projects, preparing your colleagues for your departure, and establishing ground rules for contacting you on vacation.
Turn On Your Out of Office Message
Right before you clock out for the last time, make sure you set your Out of Office message so people contacting you know when you are and are not available. If possible, leave the name and email of your boss or colleague so those emailing you have an alternative contact should an emergency arise. Making sure this message is specific with departure and return dates will ensure that others know you’re unavailable for a certain amount of time and buy you some time to reply once you’re back to work. Do the same with Polycom, Workplace by Facebook, or any other collaboration tools your company uses.
Check Emails, But Not All the Time
If you can, avoid your email for the entire vacation. If that’s not possible, remove your email client from your phone and give yourself thirty minutes each day to check in on your laptop. Only allowing a half hour will make you focus on the email that requires your immediate attention and leave everything else for when you return. Remember, the more you respond to email, the more available people will think you are.
Use Video Conferencing to Quickly Handle Matters
If an emergency arises, it can be tempting to spend your entire day emailing back-and-forth to take care of it. However, this requires you to be connected to your phone or laptop and ruins your vacation. Plus, there’s no Wi-Fi available at the beach. Avoid this situation by using your favorite video meetings platform to discuss the issue face-to-face and resolve it quickly. With video, audio, and screensharing capabilities, a meetings platform like Polycom ensures that you can handle the emergency and get back to what is really important—fun in the sun.
Relax and Destress
The whole point of taking your vacation is to get away from your everyday responsibilities and enjoy yourself, so make sure you do that. Most of your emails, messages, and projects can wait until you return to the office. Make the conscious decision to enjoy the moment with your family and spend time doing what you want to do so you can return to the office recharged. Your family, your colleagues, and your body will all thank you for taking time away from work to relax and distress.

Flexible Working Means Better Business

Benefits to flexible working are significant. Improved output through quieter work spaces, greater client reach, better services due to a presence in more locations, and increased personal growth through self-management and communication with teams are just some.

A business which doesn’t adapt to the changing lifestyle needs of its employees risks hurting its name among the employment market through poor word of mouth. Whether its flexible hours, compressed working weeks, telecommuting, part-time work or job sharing, flexibility has become an important criterion when job searching. From a business perspective, maintaining talented staff with the right skills is important. When a workplace offers flexible practices, employees feel valued and will often be more likely to stick around.

Employees are constantly switched on—they’re connected to every technology type—cloud, video, mobile, and social. Working with a constant flow of information and connection is at an all-time high, and employees in turn now expect their workplaces to be digital and equally connected. Print