Something surprising is happening inside the world’s top medical schools: video has become an indispensable teaching tool. At hundreds of top campuses, professors are recording lectures, providing doctors-to-be with an invaluable study aid. Video training is simple, searchable, and repeatable — and as today’s students become tomorrow’s professionals, video is becoming the preferred medium for learning.
In a field that rivals any for jargon, text and illustrations are easy to miscomprehend — especially as physicians and staff are pressed to share more information more quickly. Video can quickly show more detail than could ever be described in text, and in an on-demand format, it’s easier for medical professionals to watch and review video content amid hectic schedules.
In healthcare, every second of the day is one doctors could spend seeing patients, nurses could spend assisting families, and staff could spend improving operations. With video you can make training and communications more efficient and accessible, and give your team more of their time back to spend where it matters most.
Easily create and share searchable professional development, compliance, and skills training videos, and keep staff and physicians up-to-date with the latest clinical information and methods.
Employees are 75% more likely to watch a video than read an email. Sharing internal and executive communications with live streaming or on-demand video makes your message more likely to connect.
On-demand video can be a powerful medium to enhance patient education, and it has been shown to promote informed patient participation in treatment decisions.
From how to work through a diagnosis to how to work through a database, video helps healthcare organizations preserve, share, and search their internal expertise.
Share your latest news, insights, and activities with your community. From opening new facilities to announcing new programs, video helps you communicate with stakeholders.
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