Cisco had a great show at the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Meeting and Tradeshow in Austin Texas, May 5-7, demonstrating market leading solutions that overcome the barrier of distance while improving the patient experience.
The problem of monitoring patient rooms can be supported by Cisco platform solution with easy to use features and capabilities found in Cisco Virtual Patient Observation solution. The solution can accommodate needs ranging from basic, to enhanced, to advanced features such as work flow integration, to support a flexible range of needs for usage and policies of hospitals. The solution is easy to use and provides for patient privacy needs, while increasing efficiency. In these short youtube videos, Ray Cooke, Cisco Director Advanced Services, and Matt Tyler with Wachter, a Cisco partner demonstrate Cisco Virtual Patient Observation solution at the ATA 2013 conference, Austin, Texas. Demo Part 2, Part 3:
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Our executives David Plummer and Barbara Casey delivered two great presentations.
Selling Abroad: Companies Making an Impact in the International Market
David W. Plummer, General Manager, Cisco HealthPresence
Market Watch: Not All Telehealth Markets are Equal
Barbara Casey, Senior Executive Director, Cisco Healthcare Business Transformation
You can learn more about the Cisco Virtual Patient Observation solution for healthcare by clicking here, and Cisco Cisco Care-at-a-Distance solutions for telehealth by clicking here.
Matt Tyler, Cisco Partner from Wachter demonstrates Virtual Patient Observation Solution at ATA 2013. A few more photos from ATA 2013