Videophone allows remote visits


Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Motion Media says its recently launched videophone will help care agencies, care management organisations and homecare professionals to undertake more patient visits than ever before, without incurring extra work hours. The company says it developed the videophone in line with the Government¹s declared aim of redesigning health services around patient and consumer demand for better and more local care. Marketing director Patrick Hudgell described the CareStation 125 as the first ever videophone designed specifically for the health care sector. The device connects over a standard telephone line, making it ideal for delivery of remote patient care into the home. “It is estimated that the easy-to-use videophone will help care agencies, care management organisations and homecare professionals to reach ten times the number of patients who could be reached by actual visits,” said Mr Hudgell. “This will allow more patients to be treated from home without any extra resource investment.” Mr Hudgell said studies had s





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