By Corey Moss
The discussion: Wainhouse report shows that healthcare organizations that haven’t implemented video technology are less productive, have higher travel costs and are missing opportunities to connect with patients
This podcast is sponsored by Sonic Foundry
The constant rollout of new pharmaceutical programs, the heated debate about the Affordable Care Act and the shift toward digitization of patient records are contributing to rapid evolution that introduces the need for new tools to improve healthcare skills training and patient care.
A report from Wainhouse Research, together with Sonic Foundry, Inc., trusted global leader for video creation and management solutions, reveals healthcare managers are embracing emerging technologies for more effective communications with their teams. The large majority — 89 percent — of healthcare managers surveyed rely on streaming video as an effective tool in their day-to-day communications.
The report, ‘Prescribing New Solutions for Communications in Healthcare’ is written by Wainhouse senior analysts Alan D. Greenberg and Steve Vonder Haar, and is based on results from a survey of healthcare executives on their deployment and perceptions of streaming technologies.
My discussion is with Rob Lipps, EVP Worldwide Sales & Marketing at Sonic Foundry Inc.
The Wainhouse (August 25, 2017) whitepaper is here.
With over 20 years in audio visual integration and IT/computer sales and consulting, Corey Moss is the owner of Convergent AV. Corey writes for the publication and hosts/produces podcasts – The AV Life, The Collaboration Factor and Convergent Tech Talk. He has written for numerous industry publications about AV, IT, unified communications and collaboration (UCC), cloud and software, IoT, cybersecurity and more. He has also conducted interviews with AV and IT executives and global influencers.