Video Conferencing

Interactive video conferencing allows patients and healthcare providers to see and hear each other in real-time, even when they are in different locations. Providers using a variety of high-tech attachments (peripherals) can see and hear everything that they can when utilizing traditional medical instruments, allowing an experience as close to an in-person office visit as possible. There is a diverse range of tools available for interactive video conferencing and they can be used for a variety of purposes in both clinical and non-clinical environments. Below you will find more details about the equipment and ways that it is being used to improve the delivery of healthcare.
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Telehealth Operations Module

Date Published: Updated 2016 | Author: Telehealth Resource Centers


NETRC Videoconferencing Tips

Date Published: 2016 | Author: NETRC

Journal Article

The Use of Video Conferencing for Persons with Chronic Conditions: A Systematic Review

Date Published: 2016 | Author: Mallow et al.

Journal Article

Patients’ Satisfaction with and Preference for Telehealth Visits

Date Published: 2015 | Author: Polinksi et al.


ATA Practice Guidelines (Free Registration Required)

Date Published: Ongoing | Author: ATA


Is There a Difference between Telemedicine and Telehealth?

Date Published: September 2017 | Author: mHealth Intelligence

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