Category: Video Conferencing

Another school year is upon us, and again we are faced with the challenge of accessibility and cost of education. Massive open online classes, more commonly referred to as MOOC’s, are gaining substantial popularity across the nation. These online courses, offered to large numbers of students, and often free of charge, use a recorded video curriculum that students can access at their convenience. One of the major benefits is the on-demand structure of that content. Furthermore, this increased accessibility allows students to participate regardless of their location or scheduled availability. Although MOOC’s can vary drastically from class to class, they have one …

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There are numerous statistics that discuss the proliferation of video conferencing into conference rooms and other meeting environments. Every year, some analyst or video evangelist says, “This is the year video is going to explode!” While video continues to grow at a steady pace, that “explosion” of mass adoption and ubiquity has yet to happen. Right now, only 5% of conference rooms are equipped with some form of video conferencing. This leaves a lot of room for growth! A typical situation for an organization implementing video usually follows this formula; ten conference rooms have been identified as “video rooms” and will …

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Strap on your Roominator and get ready, because now you can be in your office and running down the streets of Manhattan at the exact same time! Gone are the days of jugging work meetings with personal commitments. The Roominator, coupled with the Blue Jeans service, allows collaboration whenever, wherever, and with whichever device they please. So say goodbye to the days of stuffy conference rooms and poor video connection. Blue Jeans provides high-quality video collaboration that expands the boundaries of video collaboration to the outdoors while the Roominator provides a business like setting to conduct your meeting. You simply set …

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American Telemedicine Association’s policy duo, Jonathan Linkous, CEO, and Gary Capistrant, Senior Director of Public Policy, return with updates and new information regarding telemedicine. Medicare Several weeks ago Medicare created its proposed rulemaking for the physician fee schedule, set to begin on January 1st, 2014. There have also been two major improvements proposed for telehealth. One is the expansion of the definition of a rural health shortage area. The purpose of this is to increase coverage of telehealth by allowing more areas to be considered metropolitan counties. This proposal will help the 104 counties that lost their telehealth coverage due to their …

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Stay in Place and Cut the Waste

July 25, 2013, by Lisa Avvocato in Government, Video Conferencing

The federal government has experienced the benefits of video conferencing and now new legislation is being introduced to demand it. Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania has introduced a new bill, the Stay in Place, Cut the Waste Act of 2013, into the House of Representatives that encourages the usage of collaborative solutions, such as video conferencing, to reduce the amount spent on travel by federal agencies. If this bill passes, at least 50% of federal travel expenditures will be cut, saving taxpayer dollars. Many of the benefits of video conferencing have been mentioned in the bill. While it will not only …

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Video conferencing has quickly become a major tool that many companies utilize. Cory Johnson of Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West” talked with Cisco Senior Vice President Collaboration Technology Group, Rowan Trollope, via video about the adoption rate of video conferencing. Trollope gave some insight into Cisco saying that about 38% of Cisco’s employees do not work at the same site as their managers; however,  it’s not really an issue  thanks to video conferencing. Video collaboration technology has allowed managers and employees to stay in touch with one another and chat about certain projects or simply to keep one another updated. Connecting via …

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Lisa Endlich Heffernan, of the Huffington Post, was recently featured on the Today Show, speaking to how she had many regrets in her life as a working mother and staying home after her third child was born. She felt that she let down all of the women who had come before her to make it possible to attain that “High Powered Career”. “When you leave the fulltime workplace and become a stay-at-home mom, you begin to live in a world of women your own age with kids the same age as your kids and your experiences really narrow as the range of …

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American Telemedicine Association’s policy duo, Jonathan Linkous, CEO, and Gary Capistrant, Senior Director of Public Policy, return with updates and new information regarding telemedicine. Federal Policy Summit On June 27, Linkous and Capistrant attended the Federal Policy Summit, a conference in which several issues regarding telemedicine were discussed. “It’s a great time to be having this Federal Telehealth Policy Summit, because we’re on the verge of an explosion of opportunities for telehealth, not necessarily things directly or specifically for telehealth but a lot of opportunities for change in the healthcare marketplace,” says Capistrant. Several key political figures attended the summit as well, …

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Company Profile: BE Aerospace

June 28, 2013, by Lindsey Ingram in Video Conferencing

Video conferencing has drastically affected the way companies communicate and do business with one another. By switching to video conferencing, companies are saving time and money running their business. John Kolodziejski, Manager of Enterprise Telecommunications at BE Aerospace, talks about his experience with video conferencing, and the impact it has made on his company. IVCi: Can you give us a brief overview of your video environment? JK: We currently have 32 endpoints which are mainly Cisco C20s or C40s and in conference rooms or executive board rooms. All of our systems are dual displays so we can have a presentation on one …

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American Telemedicine Association’s policy guys, Jonathan Linkous, CEO, and Gary Capistrant, senior director of public policy, are back with another monthly installment of This Month in Telemedicine. They’re predicting an additional 30 to 40 million Americans will be added to Medicaid roles by next year, and there are now 20 states looking to expand Medicaid coverage to accommodate this surge. Better start preparing now, says Linkous. “I think next year we’re going to see a whole different world, in a few short months it’s happening so the time to gear up is now,” he says. Funding Opportunity The Center for Medicare and Medicaid …

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