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At American Telemedicine Association 2012, Polycom,
Inc. (Nasdaq: PLCM), the global leader in open
standards-based unified communications,will demonstrate
Polycom® RealPresence® video solutions in healthcare environments,
which use HD video to fuel innovation through new and emerging
healthcare applications, business models, and patient/physician
relationships. Polycom offers a full portfolio of communication
solutions for healthcare including video collaboration
applications that support prevention and wellness efforts, which
encourage patients to take a more active role in their care and
can help decrease the rate of rehospitalizations. In addition,
Polycom is also participating in industry panels and live in-booth
presentations (details below).
Polycom healthcare industry experts available for press interviews:
Ron Emerson, RN, BSN – Global Director of Healthcare, Polycom
Dr. Deborah A. Jeffries – Director, Global Healthcare Marketing,
Polycom will showcase RealPresence video and voice solutions in
the following use cases:
RealPresence® Media Manager –allows healthcare
organizations to archive the video sessions of trainings,
clinical reviews, consultations, or any other collaborative
meetings held by video. Media Manager also enables organizations
to track data, such as meeting attendance, for accountable care
or compliance needs. Users who missed the real-time video
session or who just want to reference previous meetings can
search, access, and view recordings from the Web portal at their
Manager – a key component of the Polycom®
RealPresence® Platform (the most comprehensive software
infrastructure for universal video collaboration) – provides
scalability to growing video telehealth networks; features
auto-failover for ensured call availability, lowest cost call
distribution and routing, and simplified user access with a
single dialing plan for doctors, nurses and technicians even
when connecting across multiple networks.
RealPresence® Mobile – enterprise-grade video application
for tablets and smartphones that allows health practitioners,
such as doctors or first responders, to join telemedicine
sessions even when they’re away from the hospital.
SpectraLink® Wireless Handsets – an enterprise-grade
voice-over Wi-Fi handset with a built-in 2D barcode scanner that
can help nursing staff obtain more accurate medical records and
medication dosage information by scanning barcodes on surfaces
such as wristbands, charts and bottles.
Embedded video demonstration – a third-party Web browser-based
application with a built-in video chat window that encourages
patients to actively participate in managing their health by
connecting in live video consultations with their caregiver
directly from a Web portal; no software installation is
required. The application helps promote quick post-op recovery
and reduces rehospitalization.
Monday, April 30
7:45 am – The Doctor Will See You Now – wherever you are! How
emerging technologies in virtual care can bridge clinicians and
remote patients Participants: • Andrew Watson, MD –
UPMC and Center for Connected Medicine • Donald J. Kosiak
Jr., MD – Avera McKennan Hospital • Colonel Ron Poropatich,
MD – U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command; Uniformed
Services University of the Health Sciences • Ron Emerson,
RN, BSN – Polycom • Nancy Green (Moderator) – Verizon Media
Only. Registration Required: Ellen.Topp@Polycom.com Location: Hilton Hotel
Tuesday, May 1
1:15 pm - The Bottom Line Participants: • Ron
Emerson, RN, BSN (Moderator) – Polycom • Dennis Santoli,
President – Hanover Healthcare • Allen Izadpanah,
President/CEO – ViTel Net • Larry Diamond, Vice President,
Business Development – American Telecare Location: Marriott
POLYCOM BOOTH (#1235) PRESENTATIONS
Monday, April 30
10:00am – The Affordable Care Act and Healthcare Funding
Trends Presenter: Elizabeth Burton and Laura Lundahl,
2:15pm – Collaborative Health and Telemedicine Presenter:
Ron Emerson, RN, BSN, Polycom
5:15pm – Patient Centered Care Presenter: Andrew
Watson, MD, UPMC and Center for Connected Medicine
Tuesday, May 1
10:15am – Collaborative Health for Managing Pain Presenter:
Justin Kromelow, Help Practice Management, LLC
Polycom’s solutions are an ideal choice for healthcare facilities,
healthcare professionals, and medical educators as they move toward
collaborative healthcare networks, and prevention and wellness
models of care.
About Polycom Healthcare
Healthcare organizations the world over turn to Polycom video
collaboration solutions to transform how they learn, teach, and deliver
care. Polycom solutions eliminate the distances between patients and
caregivers, between physicians and educators, and between medical
facilities. Eight of the top 10 hospitals and all of the top 10
pharmaceutical companies worldwide are Polycom customers, using Polycom
technology to reduce patient evaluation times, consult with patients
remotely, improve medical education, enhance caregiver productivity and
quality of life, streamline hospital operations, reduce costs, and
ultimately help save lives.
Polycom is the global leader in open standards-based unified
communications (UC) solutions for telepresence,
and voice powered by the Polycom® RealPresence® Platform. The
RealPresence Platform interoperates with the broadest range of business,
mobile, and social applications and devices. More than 400,000
organizations trust Polycom solutions to collaborate and meet
face-to-face from any location for more productive and effective
engagement with colleagues, partners, customers, specialists, and
prospects. Polycom, together with its broad partner ecosystem, provides
customers with the best total cost of ownership, interoperability,
scalability, and security for video collaboration, whether on-premises,
hosted, or cloud-delivered. Visit www.polycom.com
or connect with Polycom on Twitter,
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