Vidyo Touts Telehealth Clinical Design Services at ATA 2016 Fall Forum

Success With Robotic Rounds in Neonatal Intensive Care UnitVidyo, a provider of embedded interactive video communications and telehealth, is set to introduce its new clinical design services, called VirtualDesign, at ATA 2016 Fall Forum this week in New Orleans.

We’re told that Wendy Deibert is joining Vidyo as vice president of clinical services to help facilitate the integration of telehealth programs with the existing operations and workflows of care providers.

Healthcare providers look to drive clinical efficiencies through telehealth programs across the care continuum but often run into challenges. Vidyo has gained extensive experience deploying and integrating telehealth solutions through its partnerships helping more than 120 healthcare systems, representing over 1,800 hospitals in the U.S. alone.

“Many of our healthcare partners have passionate care givers who know their business inside and out but often find integrating telehealth programs into their operations challenging because ‘they don’t know what they don’t know,’” said Mark Noble, Vidyo vice president of telehealth business development. “Vidyo is looking to close the knowledge gap for care providers to help them shorten the time from concept to clinical practice. VirtualDesign will allow quicker deployment of cost saving telehealth programs that will lead to better patient outcomes via a proven design frame work with expert coaching from people who have built successful programs.”

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