Turn to any news source today and it’s hard to avoid finding a discussion about the healthcare industry. Around the world, new clinical trials continue to reshape established medical procedure. In the US, changing governmental regulations are now at work transforming the business of care. And in many underdeveloped nations, new practices are offering the potential to revolutionize medicine and personal health for previously-underserved populations.
Video has, in the last decade, become an essential part of how employees in hospitals, clinics, medical schools, and other offices in the healthcare industry teach, train, and share information.
It’s easy to see why. In a field that rivals any for jargon, healthcare must also contend with a subject matter that is quite literally hidden away inside. In even the best of circumstances, it’s possible for medical professionals to misunderstand text-based documentation and best practices — those difficulties only increase as physicians, assistants, administrative staff and others are pressed to share more knowledge more quickly, and do so potentially with audiences that may not share their first language.
In this environment, video has been met with a welcome relief as an increasingly simple tool that can quickly show more detail than could ever be described in text, and that can be shared and reviewed easily anytime and anywhere it’s needed.
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From enhancing administrative communications to enabling technical knowledge-sharing among specialists, every provider will find unique ways to incorporate video as part supporting and scaling the way their teams teach, learn, and share information.
In our latest white paper, A Premium On Expertise: How Today’s Healthcare Providers Are Using Video, we’ll take a deeper look into some of today’s most common video strategies that healthcare providers are leveraging to share information, improve training, and communicate better both internally and externally.