VBrick is helping leading medical institutions improve their patient’s experiences and their staff’s training. Healthcare organizations are using VBrick to more effectively deliver CME training such as streaming and recording live surgeries or recording clinical assessment sessions for nursing students. VBrick provides the secure content storage, management and reporting required to keep healthcare professionals prepared any situation. The same solution can be used to deliver post-op training for patients, offer wellness tips on digital signage and even live TV to a patient’s bedside.
PennState Hersey Medical Center
See how Penn State Hershey Medical Center used VBrick technology to broadcast live gastric bypass surgery to local high school science students learning about careers in medicine. Penn State Hershey has VBrick encoders deployed in operating rooms along with VEMS media management; enabling the teaching hospital to stream surgeries live as well as record procedures for training and evaluation
More Productive, Cost-Effective Patient Care
No healthcare professional can be everywhere at once. Streaming real-time video to a patient’s bedside is the next best thing. Online video not only gives healthcare providers a virtual bedside presence from any location, it also patients to view important nutrition, recovery and discharge videos from their own rooms.
Better informed, More Empowered Staff and Patients
Healthcare knowledge and technology is constantly advancing. But it is only as effective as the people who wield it. Streaming video connects healthcare staff with the latest, most
up-to-date training and knowledge. It can also help patients better understand their diagnosis and participate in their own care.
Faster, More Collaborative Diagnosis and Treatment
When seconds count, VBrick’s solutions accelerate the pace and precision of healthcare
decisions. Dependable, high-quality video connects medical professionals in real-time over
any network. All you need to provide is the camera and an Internet connection.
More Effective Campus-Wide Communication
Many healthcare campuses encompass several square miles and it can be difficult to ensure important announcements are delivered in a timely fashion. Digital signage solutions are used to communicate with a mix of audio, data and video, ensuring all members of the healthcare staff as well as patients and their families have access to important information.