The medical industry, already known for rapid innovation, moved at lightning speed to implement new ways of delivering care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Zoom has been the solution of choice for medical device companies to provide remote clinical and technical support.
When doctors’ offices closed, millions of patients connected with their providers virtually. When medical experts couldn’t travel to hospitals to provide essential training or teams of specialists couldn’t gather in a room to examine a patient, Zoom helped enable virtual consultations, transfer of knowledge, and continuity of care.
Medtech companies like Medtronic have even brought Zoom into the operating room to livestream surgical procedures with an intelligent video integration solution developed by CrowdOptic, in partnership with Intel and Hewlett Packard Enterprise. This cutting-edge integration solution provides greater access to knowledge, expertise, and critical support for surgeons, and opens up a variety of new applications for virtual care and support in the medical field.
Learning & collaboration in the OR
The logistics and cost of sending sales reps to healthcare facilities around the country poses significant challenges for medical and pharmaceutical companies, even before COVID-19 halted travel altogether.
CrowdOptic built a secure, HIPAA-compliant platform that uses artificial intelligence in video analytics to livestream surgical procedures over Zoom for clinical support and physician training. Here’s a look at what this technology brings to the OR:
With little room for error in the surgical suite, the technology has to be precise and reliable. Using Zoom, CrowdOptic’s solution provides low-latency (
Visit zoom.us/healthcare to learn how the Zoom platform helps support all types of healthcare communication, from telehealth to medical education and training for medtech, pharmaceutical, and biotech companies.
By: Ron Emerson
Title: Virtual Care, Training, and Support Go High-Tech With AI Livestreaming Over Zoom
Sourced From: blog.zoom.us/virtual-care-livestreaming/
Published Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2021 15:45:38 +0000