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New Solution: Cisco Virtual Patient Observation

- September 3, 2013 - 0 Comments

No longer does your organization need to incur the sometimes unreimbursed cost of hiring one-on-one patient sitters, dedicating staff that can be better utilized elsewhere, or imposing on distressed family members to sit by their family member’s bedside around the clock.

With Cisco Virtual Patient Observation, centralized staff can observe multiple high-risk patients over your hospital’s existing network, and quickly alert caregivers if a patient is at risk.

This is one of those rare solutions that can pay for itself in months not years.

SpeakersIf this sounds “too good to be true”, then we invite you to join a live educational webcast that I’m hosting on September 12th at 11PST / 2EST to learn first-hand how HCA’s Clear Lake Regional Medical Center worked with Cisco to integrate Virtual Patient Observation into their operation.

You’ll learn about Clear Lake Regional Medical Center’s approach to implementing Cisco Virtual Patient Observation, the hurdles they encountered, and the lessons they learned along the way to a highly successful implementation and a satisfying ROI.

We’ll hold a live Q&A at the end so you can ask your questions directly of the experts.

Register now to hold your spot.  If you can’t make the live webcast on September 12, you’ll want to register anyway so that we can send you the replay link.

In the meantime, if you’d like to learn more about Cisco Virtual Patient Observation, here’s how to get started:

  • At-a-Glance: Benefits of Virtual Patient Observation
  • Blueprint:  Take advantage of existing networking investments for rapid investment payback
  • Ten use cases: Real-life scenarios for using video surveillance in hospitals
  • Request a call from Cisco:  Discuss how video surveillance can help you lower costs and improve patient safety
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