HealthLeaders Media March 30, 2021
Mandy Roth

The Salt Lake City health system recently launched 1,200 devices that provide in-room virtual care through smart televisions equipped with two-way cameras and special microphones. The technology can simultaneously connect with other providers and family members, along with the ability to screen-share images and data on the display.


– Testing audio and video capabilities before installation ensures the best caregiver and patient experience.

– The ability to connect other caregivers, family, and screen-sharing capabilities positions health systems for the next phase of telehealth.

– By using smart televisions that are already installed in patient rooms, the technology enhances the ability to rapidly scale.

When the doctor arrives in a patient’s room at an Intermountain Healthcare facility, it’s not...

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