The Telehealth of today and tomorrow encompasses much more than video conferences with doctors, store-and-forward radiology, and home monitoring systems
Melville, NY (PRWEB) May 19, 2009
Healthcare providers looking for information about how telehealth can help them support high standards of care and reduce costs are invited to join CosmoCom, the leader in Unified Patient-Provider Communications, when it hosts "New Horizons in Telehealth," a complimentary webinar on Wednesday, June 3, 2009 from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM EDT. The presentation will focus on exciting new applications that draw upon voice response and multi-channel, multi-tenant contact center technologies to improve the quality and availability of care while reducing its cost. With the right tools, providers can now unify all facets of patient-provider communication and:
- Resolve patient requests efficiently
- Inform and activate patients
- Enhance quality and availability
- Improve patient experience and loyalty
Healthcare providers can register for the free webinar at http://www.cosmocom.com/to/Telehealth0609-pr .
"The Telehealth of today and tomorrow encompasses much more than video conferences with doctors, store-and-forward radiology, and home monitoring systems," said Steve Kowarsky, EVP CosmoCom. "In some Telehealth studies where patients used only a telephone, the results were better than those in studies that relied on remote devices."
Kowarsky will be joined by Datamonitor Healthcare Technology Analyst Christine Chang and University of Kentucky Chief Technology Officer and Associate Vice President of Information Systems Doyle Friskney. Additional information is available at: http://www.cosmocom.com/to/Telehealth0609-pr
CosmoCom™, the global leader in Unified Patient-Provider Communications, excels in providing IP contact center platforms for healthcare enterprises with the largest and most complex requirements, consolidating multiple locations, onshore, offshore, and home-shore agents, formal and informal agents, captive and outsourced operations, multiple communication channels, and multiple applications. Organizations can obtain the full benefits of CosmoCom technology by deploying it themselves or by working with a service provider that hosts CosmoCom platforms on a dedicated or shared basis. CosmoCom customers include Fortune-class enterprises throughout the world, major healthcare providers like the University of Kentucky Medical Center, and service providers such as BT, Deutsche Telekom, Orange Business Services, Telefonica, NTT, Tata, PLDT, Verizon, and many others. For more information, please visit http://www.cosmocom.com .
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Communication Strategy Group