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Telepresence 101 - Learn the basics of Telepresence Robots
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This shortage has led to a gap in patient care, especially in rural and regional service areas. Telepresence for Healthcare is one solution to this problem. Our telemedicine platforms bridge health expertise from anywhere, to everywhere.
The shortage of qualified healthcare professionals is having a devastating impact on hospitals and patients all over the country. The lack of nurses, doctors, and other medical staff is causing longer wait times, higher costs, and poorer quality of care. In some cases, patients are being turned away from hospitals altogether because there are not enough staff to treat them. This shortage is being caused by a number of factors, including an aging population, retirements, and a lack of qualified candidates. As a result, hospitals are struggling to keep up with demand and provide quality care. This shortage is having a profound impact on the health of our nation and needs to be addressed urgently.
The delivery of healthcare is facing a number of challenges in the 21st century. One of the biggest challenges is ensuring that patients have access to the best possible care. This can be a challenge when patients are located in remote or underserved areas.
Telepresence robots are solving this problem by bringing the best doctors to the patients who need them most. By using telepresence robots, hospitals can connect with experts from all over the country and get the help they need to provide quality care for their patients.
Telepresence robots provide a number of advantages over traditional telehealth, including the ability to interact more closely with patients and get a better view of the patient's condition. In addition, telepresence robots can be used to transport medical equipment and supplies to areas where they are needed most. telepresence robot technology is becoming increasingly important in providing quality healthcare to patients in remote and underserved areas.
million, market worth by the end of 2022
of health professionals would consider telepresence as a part of a regional healthcare strategy
(est) Saved by each month by reducing travel time and costs of specialists to regional facilities. (Qld Health)
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TeleIn is Australia's largest and most trusted provider of Telepresence solutions to the medical sector. With customers in every state and territory, Singapore, Malaysia, and New Zealand you can trust our machines are healthcare ready and fit for purpose, for the most demanding environments.
The Double 3 is a smooth-rolling remote-controlled productivity powerhouse.
The Double 3 is packed with a mixed reality user interface with obstacle avoidance and is the perfect lightweight video conferencing tool built for busy aged care and smaller hospital environments.
Manufactured and assembled exclusively in the United States of America.
The GoBe robot is a natural choice for tertiary healthcare facilities and the most fastidious professionals.
This robot excels in large busy spaces, and with a wide array of sensors, and 180-degree 4k video streaming, it affords its user's clear communication from anywhere in the world.
Manufactured and assembled exclusively in Denmark, Europe.
At TeleIn, we believe that every hospital, GP clinic and regional health centre should have access to the best tools, regardless of their operational or capital expenditure limitations.
TeleIn provides a wide range of telepresence robots to meet the needs of any health facility. TeleIn also offers a variety of purchase and rental options to fit your operational budget and service levels. With our robot-as-a-service model, you can get the benefits of a robot without the upfront costs.
We know that telepresence is here to stay and that it will continue to play an important role in healthcare operations. As the technology continues to evolve, we expect to see even more providers leverage telepresence in order to improve healthcare outcomes, bridge distance gaps and improve service delivery.