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June 21, 2011

Webinar - Webinar Explores Value of Unified Communications in Telemedicine


What do medicine and Unified Communications (News - Alert) have in common? In the realm of telemedicine, there is a common ground application that allows for modern communications technologies that can drastically enhance the quality of life for millions of people throughout the world.




A new webinar: Unified Communication as Key Enabler for Telemedicine, scheduled for Thursday, June 23, 2011, 11:00 AM ET and 8:00 AM PT, will focus on this concept, demonstrating how readily Unified Communications can bridge the physical boundaries between people, allowing for close and productive interactions to take the place of physical meetings.

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for this informative event and you will learn how modern medical services are being revolutionized by Unified Communications as this platform changes the experience for both patients and medical staff.

Unified Communications is also helping to improve productivity and reduce operating costs, while telemedicine applications and solutions developers continue to build out solutions to enhance performance and experience.

This innovative event will explore the new tools available to allow for the creation of the next generation of telemedicine solutions, which will be available at a fraction of the cost and in a much shorter time to market.

This webinar will also explain why the Quality of Experience (QoE) is a primary factor for success in telemedicine applications and how it can be easily maintained even when users are on the go and network conditions are not at optimal levels. Attendees will also be privy to discussions surrounding cloud services and how they appeal to telemedicine service deployments.

Anyone who is working as a telemedicine application developer, system integrator or simply working in the telemedicine market will find this webinar informative. Developers and integrators seeking a better understanding of the opportunities and medical advances involved in video calling technologies related to medicine will also benefit from this event.

Join RADVISION leaders and TMCnet to learn how Unified Communications leads to telemedicine advances that can improve quality of life for all.

Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for TMCnet and has also written for eastbiz.com. To read more of Susan’s articles, please visit her columnist page.