Videolink International is the leading integrator of medical teleconferencing solutions, video conferencing and telepresence equipment and systems for Nurses and medical practitioners in Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and other regional areas in Australia. We offer video and audio visual systems and managed video and telepresence solutions for nurses nationwide.

 

Videolink International plans, designs, implements and supports reliable and secure Polycom, Cisco, LifeSize andTANDBERG solutionsand services that are meant to satisfy specific needs of any healthcare organization from big urban health care institutions to small health facilities in rural and remote areas.

 

Our video conferencing solutions are founded on open standards that include multi-vendor interoperability and they do make use of the already laid infrastructure. In order to cut down on the total cost of ownership while maximizing in return on investment, we work hand in hand with our esteemed health care client.

 

Benefits of Video Conferencing and Telepresence for Nurses:

 

  • Better access for patients in remote areas in Australia
  • Telehealth for seniors and disabled to solve depression problem
  • Scheduling patients so as to reduce on travel costs and time
  • Training nurses in remote areas and also for internal training in hospitals

 

Watch the video to see how medical specialists use video conferencing technology to get critical care neurologists and other specialists to patients' bedsides within 15 minutes.

 

Read below to find out more or contact us today for further details.

 

My role is:

 

I need:

  My concerns
         

A NURSE UNIT MANAGER

My core function is:

To provide excellence in patient care through consultations.

Some of my patients are remotely located

 

I need to ensure that the nursing care delivered is at the highest standard.

Challenges can occur for patients from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) patients.

 

I am unable to meet quality outcomes for some patients whose first language is not English.

It is especially difficult to provide nursing to patients whose first language is a new or emerging language in Australia. For example, the Chin language and dialects.

I am concerned that these patients may not receive care in a timely manner due to interpreters availability and costs associated with travelling.

If I fail to provide interpreters, these CALD patients will miss on  vital treatment information

Solution

Solution Scope

Videolink Connectivity

 

Utilise our video infrastructure to make and receive video calls

Key requirement: Have own your video endpoints or Videolink International can supply



Videolink Total Care

We will own and maintain the equipment on your behalf

Key feature: No need to purchase equipment



Videolink Support

 

Videolink International offers 24/7 helpdesk support

 



Videolink Site audit

All factors that influence the success of the project are taken into consideration



Videolink Training

Train staff to use conference technology effectively

CEO’s Message

 

"I was inspired and motivated to find new and innovative ways to build my business, and serve my customers better, faster and more efficiently than my competitors."

Telehealth - GPs & Specialists

Use video conferencing technology to provide Telehealth services

Our Clients

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