Interactive Digital Solutions is excited to announce that we will be attending the 4th Annual Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center Conference (UMTRC) this year in Indiana!
The UMTRC is your authority on telehealth adoption, delivery, compliance, and reimbursement, and we are proud to bring together experts and professionals to extend our reach at our annual
The conference is designed to be of interest to a wide range of professionals including clinicians, administrators, public health officials, rural health clinics, federally qualified health centers, local health departments, universities/students, and others interested in the development and delivery of telehealth in their community.
At UMTRC, our expert team will highlight our fantastic telehealth resources.
IDS brings together the best hardware and software in the industry to create incredible telehealth delivery carts featuring Logitech speakers and cameras. The MedSitter in-room cart consists of the all-in-one Logitech MeetUp and a medical-grade touch-screen display mounted on a mobile cart connected to a software-equipped sitter station that can serve up to ten patients at once. The video interactivity enabled by the Logitech MeetUp reduces fall-related injuries, improves patient outcomes, enhances caregiver effectiveness, and improves overall clinical efficiency.
Here are the carts we currently have available:
Designed to blend the latest in healthcare video conferencing platforms with advanced usability, VCS-CARE gets the most out of your investment. This results in a reliable, versatile workstation that enables you to fully leverage the power of your telehealth practice.
VCS-OBSERVE is an agile cart that’s easy to maneuver down hallways and swizzle into storage. It’s an intuitive and robust solution that includes a pan/tilt/zoom night vision camera and up to three hot-swappable batteries.
The swift and light design of the VCS-SEE has a large touchscreen monitor and a full HD camera to make it easy for patients and healthcare providers to easily connect video calls to doctors and specialists.
It’s healthcare providers’ favorite sidekick to help them with virtual rounds and quick access to patient records. Nurses and doctors can take notes and send prescriptions to pharmacies. It helps busy staff keep on track and on the move.
IDS can also provide ongoing support for telehealth solutions via our managed services:
Our Managed Services are a suite of hardware and software support services, along with a completely US-based Customer Support team that allow your organizations to easily deploy, use and scale telehealth and video conferencing solutions. To learn more about IDS, or to speak to one of the experts you saw at MATRC or ATA, visit our Contact Us page now.