MILAN, October 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Mirial has just released a new whitepaper, An Interactive Visual Communication Architecture Proposal For Telehealth, which explains in details the benefits of Telehealth and how to leverage visual communication technology for implementing interactive Telehealth services.
Widening the original scope of Telemedicine, which focuses more narrowly on the curative aspect, Telehealth is meant to support also the preventive and promotive aspects of healthcare and to be a valid complement to traditional, in-person health services. Mirial's whitepaper describes the benefits of Telehealth for both the patients and the physicians, and was written to show Service Providers how a sample visual communication architecture optimized for Telehealth services looks like and how easy and affordable is to implement it.
"Published studies have shown a high acceptance by physicians and patients towards the use of visual communication technology for healthcare purposes: we wanted to highlight that designing, engineering and deploying a best-practice interactive Visual Communication architecture for Telehealth services is much easier and more affordable than it may seem" said Cristoforo Mione, VP Business Development at Mirial. "Telehealth appears to be a great response to the supply-demand mismatch in the health market and represents a challenging opportunity for Service Providers in the Visual Communication space."
The whitepaper can be downloaded for free from Mirial's website.
For further information, please visit http://www.mirial.com
Mirial (formerly DyLogic) engineers cutting-edge products for audio and video communication over convergent networks. The company portfolio includes a comprehensive set of solutions targeted to carriers, service providers and enterprises, enabling hosted 3G, IP and IMS audio/video services and professional SD and HD videoconferencing. Mirial products and solutions are available at the company's sales representatives and resellers worldwide. For further information: http://www.mirial.com
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