ViTel Net and Vidyo Team up to Provide a Flexible Platform across Telehealth Care
MINNEAPOLIS, MN: ViTel Net, provider of telehealth solutions collaborate with Vidyo, provider of product based visual communication solutions to provide adaptable telehealth platform that assists environment specific workflows. Vidyo blends with ViTel Net’s MedVizer Runtime Platform to embrace the telehealth continuum of care.
“Telehealth has reached a tipping point and large healthcare systems demand Vidyo’s high performance technology within solutions like ViTel Net’s platform to simplify integration of this care delivery model into their clinical practices”, says Eran Westman, CEO, Vidyo.
The integrated solution comprises environment-specific endpoints with a combination of telemetry peripherals, scheduling, modified workflows, and EHR integration for continuity of patient records to real-time audio, video and content via Vidyo. ViTel Net provides the combined solution as a private cloud hosted offering.
Vidyo's product portfolio delivers comprehensive support for end user platforms and includes client software for most mobile devices and desktop operating systems. Vidyo also offers small and large room solutions, recording functionality, and can be deployed as a private or public cloud solution.
ViTel Net is impressed by Vidyo platform’s fidelity and quality over the public internet and on consumer devices—one of the prime reasons for the collaboration. “Vidyo APIs offer the flexibility that ViTel Net requires to deliver the innovative, tightly integrated solutions that our customers have come to expect from us and allows us to achieve the scale we need to cost-effectively support the needs of the largest healthcare systems around the world,” asserts Allen Izadpanah, President and CEO, ViTel Net.
ViTel Net offers rapidly modified workflows that can complement a customer’s environment down to electronic replicas of their existing paper forms that satisfies the requirements of healthcare networks. Vidyo-enabled ViTel Net solution is already implemented and supporting multi-specialty clinical workflows.
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