Thursday, June 24, 2021
2:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 Minutes
eVideon’s Digital Patient Whiteboard replaces dry erase boards in patient rooms with up-to-date useful information, eliminating potential contaminants like markers and erasers.
The teams launched a video visiting solution during the COVID-19 pandemic, yielding an estimated 148% increase in patient connections.
Healthcare Business Today features eVideon CEO Jeff Fallon as he shares his thoughts on how the pandemic changed patient behaviors.
A lot of EMR companies offer solutions that provide patients access to their information while they’re in the hospital, similar to a traditional “portal” app. But giving patients access to their medical records and some education doesn’t complete the full inpatient journey. Learn what to consider when designing your patient experience environment.
Meet Lauren Morris, eVideon's new Controller! Whether she's reconciling finances or oil painting, Lauren brings passion to her projects.
n this episode of Healthcare Sound-Off, Donald Day, Director of Nursing Operations for Meridian Health Services, discusses how being servant-minded in healthcare benefits everyone - patients, staff, and families. Join host Samir Batra (CEO of BAHA Enterprises) to learn why and have some fun while we're at it.
eVideon provides patients, their families and visitors with more options, enjoyment and control during their stay. With eVideon's bedside solution, patients are entertained, engaged and educated, improving experience and outcomes.
The eVideon system utilizing patient education videos and interactive learning leads patients and their families through their education journey. Patients and family can learn about their diagnosis, what to expect during their hospital stay, how to engage in their own care, and how to care for themselves after discharge.
eVideon integrates with your hospital's electronic health record system to assign media and personalize the patient’s language, options and views. Tools are integrated into the EHR, making it easy for nurses to begin the education process, see video viewing history and assessment results.
Hospitals see an immediate increase in patient satisfaction after implementing an eVideon IPTV system. Patients know how to care for themselves in the hospital and at home, leading to reduced readmissions and better patient safety. Integrations with hospital systems, food service and nurse call boost efficiency throughout the hospital.
Veterans have unique needs. To help meet these needs, hospitals, VA Medical Centers and clinics are providing education through our automated, bidirectional integration with VistA and the Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS).
eVideon delivers HD television over an Ethernet network. Live channels, video on demand, educational media and a rich user interface are delivered seamlessly to televisions, computers and touch displays.
Since the average adult reads at approximately the seventh-grade level, some patients struggle with understanding written instructions. By delivering education in an understandable format, like videos, your hospital can increase safety and reduce readmittance rates.
eVideon gives hospital administrators a powerful communication tool for delivering patient education and entertainment, assessing comprehension and patient satisfaction.
When information is delivered in an understandable format, like videos, it can make an impact in lowering your hospital's readmittance rates and costs.
Learn how you can reduce operating costs by streamlining workflows and integrations with other hospital systems.
eVideon helps facilitate the delivery of care throughout the patient’s journey. We put the pieces together, giving you the tools you need to strengthen your approach to patient-centered care and improve outcomes.