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TrustCloud VideoHealth

With TrustCloud VideoHealth you have at your disposal the most powerful tool on the market for online healthcare with real-time communications and the ability to create powerful multi-channel Patient experiences.

TrustCloud VideoHealth empowers professionals to deliver better care, increase patient engagement, streamline operations, and improve outcomes, reducing cost and obstacles to care.

TrustCloud VideoHealth empowers professionals to deliver better care, increase patient engagement, streamline operations, and improve outcomes, reducing cost and removing obstacles during care.

Hospital Care

Hospital care via video conferencing allows people to interact with caregivers and family members from anywhere.

  • Sessions are held whenever and wherever it is convenient.
  • Care is provided when it is most needed.
  • Video increases the doctor’s ability to provide more hours of care to their patients and not spend them on expensive travel.

More than 1.5 million patients receive hospital services at home each year.

Example of Video Medicine use in a home

Manuel just finished one of the scheduled medical exams. The results of the blood tests are in and the doctor wants to share the good news through a video conference with him and his family.

Manuel logs into the hospital’s online system via a desktop computer. His wife, on a business trip, logs into the same online system from her mobile device.

Now, Manuel, his wife and the doctor are participating in a multi-user video conference and sharing the good news regarding Manuel’s physical exam results.

The doctor wants to show Manuel and his wife a chart describing Manuel’s progress over the past six months. Using the screen-sharing option of TrustCloud VideoID, Manuel and his wife can easily see and understand the data that the doctor shows them from his computer. The data, which might be difficult to understand without visual aids, can be easily explained. All data transmitted through TrustCloud VideoID screen sharing is encrypted to ensure security and privacy.

Elderly care

Older people, their caregivers and family members can interact with health services from any location.

  • Sessions are held whenever and wherever it is convenient.
  • Care is provided when it is most needed.
  • The video increases the doctor’s ability to provide more hours of care to his patients without losing them in costly travel.

People over 65 have a 68% probability of suffering cognitive impairment during their routine daily activities.

Example of the use of video medicine in the care of the elderly

Diana is immobile and has been suffering from high blood pressure for almost a decade. The medication she’s taking is starting to make her feel nauseous. Recently, her doctor has prescribed a medication that should help her. The two talk every day over a telemedicine video call to see how she’s adjusting to the new medication.

After taking her new medication each morning, Diana starts her regularly scheduled telemedicine video call with her doctor. Instead of the high cost of transportation from the nursing home to the hospital, this video call is a faster and more convenient way for both Diana and her doctor to communicate on a daily basis.

Postnatal Medical Counseling

Providers are able to facilitate centralized counseling services for specific categories of health care. Examples include neonatal care, orientation to new parents after delivery, exercise and motivation for training.

  • Sessions are held whenever and wherever it is convenient.
  • Information is transmitted through portable technology.
  • Video sessions are recorded so that they can be reviewed later.

Up to 27 per-cent of neonatal deaths could have been prevented if babies and their parents had received pos-natal care

Example of use in video medicine for orientation and physician consultation

Doctors have recently assisted in the birth of a baby boy who weighed 3.7 kg, the son of first-time parents Maria and Angel. The hospital provides new parents with post-natal orientation so that their baby can grow up to be big and strong boy. Each week, Maria and Angel access a remote video post-natal orientation/instruction session with their doctor to discuss the baby’s current routine, the application of more structured periods for feeding/ sleeping/walking, as well as assistance and guidance on breastfeeding.

Impressed by the improvements in healthcare technology, Maria uses a portable device when her baby sleeps to track her sleeping patterns. The doctor wants to make sure she takes as much care of herself as the baby does. Maria transmits the data from the handheld device using TrustCloud VideoHealth file sharing during her live video session, so that the doctor can analyze the results and make recommendations.

The doctor also shares documents directly from the video call interface with Maria and Angel so they can download material to help them facilitate the early stages of their newborn. The video call is recorded so that Maria and Angel can use it as a reference if something is unclear or if they need a specific resource.

The live video call allows the doctor to provide exceptional care, while reducing the time between visits.

Psychiatry Video Single Session

Through video calls, psychiatrists can keep appointments with patients without the need for them to travel to the office.

In special circumstances, Video Medicine allows the psychiatrist to avoid unnecessary trips. Sessions are held whenever and wherever it is convenient.

  • Providing personalized attention when it is most needed.
  • By increasing the number of potential hours that the therapist can bill.

More than 80% of people affected by depression do not receive any kind of treatment.

Example of use in individual therapy session of Video Psychiatry

During a twelve-week course of interpersonal therapy, William, who has been suffering from a depressive for the past eight months, has regularly scheduled therapy sessions each week. This week was different in the sense that William’s depressive symptoms appeared at work after his boss humiliated him in front of the entire office staff. Later that night, William desperately needed to talk to his psychiatrist about the incident.

Knowing the seriousness of the situation, the psychiatrist gives William access to his clinic’s online system and the two talk through a video call. The video helped facilitate this therapy session because the psychiatrist was able to read William’s body language. Also, being able to communicate with his therapist face-to-face was very helpful to William. His anxiety dissipated and calmed down much faster than in previous sessions where he could only communicate with his voice.

Rural medicine

With TrustCloud VideoHealth, patients in rural or remote locations can also be provided with quality care.

  • Appointments are scheduled when and where it is convenient.
  • Unnecessary travel is eliminated.
  • Video increases the physician’s ability to provide more hours of care to his patients and not spend time on travel.

90% of physicians refer patients to a physical therapist.

Medical discharges, physiotherapy or rural medicine

Sara plays on her high school handball team in a rural town in northern Spain. She dislocated her shoulder last year and the traumatologist decided that arthroscopic surgery was the best solution. Six weeks after the surgery, her parents took her to the nearest physiotherapy clinic, which is 3 hours away. The clinic was equipped with remote health care, so instead of having to drive six hours each week, Sara and her physical therapist communicate through medical video calls. Sara shared updates and learned new exercises and stretches to strengthen her shoulder. This method saved Sara and her family six hours of driving a week.

Sara can access the clinic’s online platform from her laptop for each weekly appointment. Sometimes her parents participate, either from home or at work, using different devices. The physical therapist uses an iPad during the video call, as she has to move around the room to demonstrate different exercise techniques.

During the remote medical video call, the physical therapists sends PDF files to Sara via TrustCloud VideoHealth so she can download the weekly exercises. The video call is recorded so that Sara can use it as a resource during the week if she forgets the proper stretching technique.

Rural medicine

Hospital care via video conferencing allows people to interact with caregivers and family members from anywhere.

  • Sessions are held whenever and wherever it is convenient.
  • Care is provided when it is most needed.
  • Video increases the doctor’s ability to provide more hours of care to their patients and not spend them on expensive travel.

More than 1.5 million patients receive hospital services at home each year.

Example of Video Medicine use in a home

Manuel just finished one of the scheduled medical exams. The results of the blood tests are in and the doctor wants to share the good news through a video conference with him and his family.

Manuel logs into the hospital’s online system via a desktop computer. His wife, on a business trip, logs into the same online system from her mobile device.

Now, Manuel, his wife and the doctor are participating in a multi-user video conference and sharing the good news regarding Manuel’s physical exam results.

The doctor wants to show Manuel and his wife a chart describing Manuel’s progress over the past six months. Using the screen-sharing option of TrustCloud VideoID, Manuel and his wife can easily see and understand the data that the doctor shows them from his computer. The data, which might be difficult to understand without visual aids, can be easily explained. All data transmitted through TrustCloud VideoID screen sharing is encrypted to ensure security and privacy.

Elderly care

Older people, their caregivers and family members can interact with health services from any location.

  • Sessions are held whenever and wherever it is convenient.
  • Care is provided when it is most needed.
  • The video increases the doctor’s ability to provide more hours of care to his patients without losing them in costly travel.

People over 65 have a 68% probability of suffering cognitive impairment during their routine daily activities.

Example of the use of video medicine in the care of the elderly

Diana is immobile and has been suffering from high blood pressure for almost a decade. The medication she’s taking is starting to make her feel nauseous. Recently, her doctor has prescribed a medication that should help her. The two talk every day over a telemedicine video call to see how she’s adjusting to the new medication.

After taking her new medication each morning, Diana starts her regularly scheduled telemedicine video call with her doctor. Instead of the high cost of transportation from the nursing home to the hospital, this video call is a faster and more convenient way for both Diana and her doctor to communicate on a daily basis.

Postnatal Medical Counseling

Providers are able to facilitate centralized counseling services for specific categories of health care. Examples include neonatal care, orientation to new parents after delivery, exercise and motivation for training.

  • Sessions are held whenever and wherever it is convenient.
  • Information is transmitted through portable technology.
  • Video sessions are recorded so that they can be reviewed later.

Up to 27 per-cent of neonatal deaths could have been prevented if babies and their parents had received pos-natal care

Example of use in video medicine for orientation and physician consultation

Doctors have recently assisted in the birth of a baby boy who weighed 3.7 kg, the son of first-time parents Maria and Angel. The hospital provides new parents with post-natal orientation so that their baby can grow up to be big and strong boy. Each week, Maria and Angel access a remote video post-natal orientation/instruction session with their doctor to discuss the baby’s current routine, the application of more structured periods for feeding/ sleeping/walking, as well as assistance and guidance on breastfeeding.

Impressed by the improvements in healthcare technology, Maria uses a portable device when her baby sleeps to track her sleeping patterns. The doctor wants to make sure she takes as much care of herself as the baby does. Maria transmits the data from the handheld device using TrustCloud VideoHealth file sharing during her live video session, so that the doctor can analyze the results and make recommendations.

The doctor also shares documents directly from the video call interface with Maria and Angel so they can download material to help them facilitate the early stages of their newborn. The video call is recorded so that Maria and Angel can use it as a reference if something is unclear or if they need a specific resource.

The live video call allows the doctor to provide exceptional care, while reducing the time between visits.

Psychiatry Video Single Session

Through video calls, psychiatrists can keep appointments with patients without the need for them to travel to the office.

In special circumstances, Video Medicine allows the psychiatrist to avoid unnecessary trips. Sessions are held whenever and wherever it is convenient.

  • Providing personalized attention when it is most needed.
  • By increasing the number of potential hours that the therapist can bill.

More than 80% of people affected by depression do not receive any kind of treatment.

Example of use in individual therapy session of Video Psychiatry

During a twelve-week course of interpersonal therapy, William, who has been suffering from a depressive for the past eight months, has regularly scheduled therapy sessions each week. This week was different in the sense that William’s depressive symptoms appeared at work after his boss humiliated him in front of the entire office staff. Later that night, William desperately needed to talk to his psychiatrist about the incident.

Knowing the seriousness of the situation, the psychiatrist gives William access to his clinic’s online system and the two talk through a video call. The video helped facilitate this therapy session because the psychiatrist was able to read William’s body language. Also, being able to communicate with his therapist face-to-face was very helpful to William. His anxiety dissipated and calmed down much faster than in previous sessions where he could only communicate with his voice.

Rural medicine

With TrustCloud VideoHealth, patients in rural or remote locations can also be provided with quality care.

  • Appointments are scheduled when and where it is convenient.
  • Unnecessary travel is eliminated.
  • Video increases the physician’s ability to provide more hours of care to his patients and not spend time on travel.

90% of physicians refer patients to a physical therapist.

Medical discharges, physiotherapy or rural medicine

Sara plays on her high school handball team in a rural town in northern Spain. She dislocated her shoulder last year and the traumatologist decided that arthroscopic surgery was the best solution. Six weeks after the surgery, her parents took her to the nearest physiotherapy clinic, which is 3 hours away. The clinic was equipped with remote health care, so instead of having to drive six hours each week, Sara and her physical therapist communicate through medical video calls. Sara shared updates and learned new exercises and stretches to strengthen her shoulder. This method saved Sara and her family six hours of driving a week.

Sara can access the clinic’s online platform from her laptop for each weekly appointment. Sometimes her parents participate, either from home or at work, using different devices. The physical therapist uses an iPad during the video call, as she has to move around the room to demonstrate different exercise techniques.

During the remote medical video call, the physical therapists sends PDF files to Sara via TrustCloud VideoHealth so she can download the weekly exercises. The video call is recorded so that Sara can use it as a resource during the week if she forgets the proper stretching technique.

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