Southeast and Low Voltage Market leader Fitzemeyer & Tocci Associates, Florida
Remote patient care and treatment through telemedicine provides healthcare organizations with the ability to increase patient-provider interaction at a lower overall cost of service and rapid internet speed. In addition to improved patient care and convenience, telemedicine provides the societal benefit of extending quality healthcare to rural and other underserved areas and may even reduce the overall carbon footprint of healthcare delivery. Telemedicine settings have unique requirements impacting the human senses of sight and sound. This presentation presents the physical infrastructure requirements of telemedicine facilities and best practices for creating telemedicine spaces in a healthcare setting.
Explain what telemedicine is and how it is used in clinical settings.
Identify the requirements to achieve optimal acoustic and visual conditions in a telemedicine setting.
Develop reliable electrical and cooling system infrastructure for telemedicine facilities.
Give examples of the environmental and societal benefits of telemedicine.