Videoconferencing three sectors that drive growth

Health, education and hotel industry are the protagonists of the boom of distance collaboration.

More and more companies choose videoconferencing to improve customer relationships and internal communication, but also to offer innovative services. Video conferencing equipment system is an investment that repays, because the benefits to the companies are so many. Let’s see what are the sectors that can make the most of it.

Health: Diagnosis and treatment even at a distance

Thanks to videoconference, medicine has become telemedicine or e-health. The ever-widespread diffusion of video calls can also cure patients who live in remote locations or have mobility problems. But it’s not just the patient who can earn it. The physician also saves time, helping more people, while the healthcare system can have more resources to invest in other strategic areas. Today, medical care is potentially at the reach of everyone. To connect to a videoconferencing with a doctor is just a smartphone or a tablet. Telemedicine is in short, making life easier for patients, while improving the quality of care. Video conferencing, for example, is useful for talking to the doctor about their symptoms and deciding whether a person visit is needed or whether the diagnosis can be carried out remotely, as well as the prescription of the cure. With virtual visits you can also get a second opinion in a simpler and faster way, especially if you are living in a small center that does not offer great choice. The clinical record and the results of the analysis can be viewed remotely by the physician expressing his opinion. Virtual meetings also help physicians collaborate with each other. An example of this is the Romeo project of Gemelli Art for radiotherapy research. In videoconferencing, doctors can share pictures and documents and work on common projects as if they were in the same room.

Education: From video conferencing to virtual classroom

Education is also transforming through the video conference. From the compulsory schools to the university, the possibilities for institutions using this type of technology are many. Thanks to business video conferencing technologies, students can make virtual tours around the world. Certainly, a virtual tour can not replace a real voyage, but if school budgets do not allow you to leave, it is always better to have a virtual excursion that excludes any experience. Another very useful application, which is part of the distance education, is distance learning with experts. Physically hosting a professor or researcher can be very expensive and requires early programming. With videoconference, experts can talk to classrooms through a computer screen and are able to interact and answer questions. The virtual lesson is also more effective than pre-recorded movies because it involves more students, who learn more when they are an active part of the process. It is then always possible to record some of the most important lessons and to review them to students who could not be present.

Hotel industry: new tools to meet tourists and companies

The last sector we analyze is that of the hotel industry. Videoconferencing services help hotels, resorts and other facilities to connect with their customers, making them feel alike and valued. In fact, they can offer virtual tours or live demos with their staff to guide and respond to customer inquiries. Hotels that have a videoconferencing service can also rent it to companies that hold meetings in their conference rooms. Offering this type of competitive bidding service makes the difference when companies have to decide which facilities to hold their conventions and their events. The goal of hospitality is to have a satisfied customer. And customers feel more important when they can look in the eyes who will take care of them.'