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Telemedicine Solutions Guide


Take telehealth to the next level Online Care 6.0 is a compre- hensive telehealth infrastruc- ture that extends the point of care from hospitals to physician offices and employer clinics into the home, enabling coordinated, clinically meaning- ful care using the Web, mobile and medical devices. Standout advancements include one-click care, house calls via


mobile apps, a “warm transfer” capability that allows providers to transfer patients directly to an affiliated provider and the ability to exchange vital data directly with electronic health records and key medical devices. American Well


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The Intel-GE Care Innova- tions Guide - Virtual Care Suite is a Web-based interface with intuitive navigation that helps clinicians see patient data quickly, simply and accord- ing to their own preferences. Clinicians can manage


patient loads by aggregating and prioritizing patient information, highlighting critical issues and personalizing care protocols. The Care Innovations Guide - Virtual Care Suite can also synchronize Care Innovations Guide-collected data with the existing IT


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Customizable to meet your needs


Rubbermaid telemedicine cart solutions provide mobile, point-of-care platforms to connect doctors, specialists and clinicians to where patients are – whether in a hospital, clinic or residential facility. Built on the best-in-class mobile platform users have come to expect from Rubbermaid, the T38 platform is customizable to address different telemedicine requirements, including: medical device connection, high-definition video conferencing, platform computing, touch annotation and content sharing. Rubbermaid


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The TIGR University (TIGRU) Web portal is a


customer service, training and


support resource for TeleHealth Services’ client


hospitals. This on-demand solution makes it easier than ever for users to receive product education, news and information, as well as to interact and network with service and support professionals and peers on best practices. The portal was developed in direct response to a growing need for automated self-service tools to access information 24/7 on the many uses of


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Super advanced, super simple


Cisco HealthPresence provides all the elements of a typical telemedicine encounter through a common user interface, while removing the technical complexity for healthcare providers and medi- cal staff. The latest version reflects collaboration between Cisco and Emerge.MD, a


Phoenix, Ariz.-based provider of telehealth SaaS. Standout new features include: compatibility with a broad portfolio of Cisco video platforms, a scalable architecture that permits easy localization and integration with new third-party medical devices, and enhanced workflows and support for health network collaboration. Cisco


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NoMachine NX software is an enterprise-class solution for secure remote access, application delivery and hosted desktop deployment. During a recent demonstration at TEDxMaastricht 2012, Dr. Jelle Barentsz used NoMachine’s virtual desktop to access MRI software located on his hospital’s clinical servers in the Netherlands and then collaborated with physicians located in the U.S. and Australia, as well as a physician in the audience using an iPad. All four doctors viewed the MRI at the same time and, using a medical videoconferencing program, quickly came to a treatment consensus. NoMachine


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