|Video Conferencing: Social Worker|
Video conferencing and teleconferencing for social workers brings warmth and familiarity to non-English speaking patients (see the video case study at the Broadwater Farm Health Centre in North London). Practitioners such as Dr. Jones needed a solution to enable them to effectively and efficiently communicate with their patient community, regardless of the varying language capabilities which may exist. Watch the video for more details.
Social workers have an advantage when using Lifesize video conferencing to send information to their central offices and back to their clients. Video conferencing benefits workers not just in remote areas but to provide health services to seniors and disabled in cities like Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra and others.
As an example video conferencing is used in guardianship and administration hearings for seniors, disabled and patients who are unable to travel due to injury, age or health problems.
Video conferencing for social workers can help in management and reducing operational costs for social workers therefore, making it efficient in the delivery of services. This also enhances communication between the main office, social workers and clients. Similarly, teleconferencing has significant benefits for social workers serving remote regions of Australia. To find out more, watch the video on the right or view our specific recommendations below.
Telehealth - GPs & Specialists
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