Video calling applications may once have been predominantly limited to personal use or Enterprise level conference calling but Covid-19 has changed adoption irreversibly. Secure and remote video consultation has now become indispensable.
In healthcare, the gradual roll-out we all expected to happen has been rapidly accelerated, with healthcare organisations needing to find effective ways to enable their clinical teams to continue carrying out consultations, when neither the patient nor the clinicians can be on site.
We believe that conducting a video consultation should be as easy as making a phone call. In our view, adding complexity adds barriers, both to clinicians working efficiently and the patient’s ability to use the service.
That’s why, with Sesui GP Connect, a video consultation can be carried out with no apps to download, no registration, and no logins, just a secure one-time link sent to the patient via email or text, giving them instant connection. In fact, it’s so seamless, clinicians can switch from a phone consultation to video mid-call. An essential option when a visual diagnosis is needed.
The Sesui Video Consultation Application is accessed through a software licence. Using any laptop either at the surgery, on the move, or from home, the Sesui software allows the clinician to connect with the patient’s mobile phone.
In the NHS environment, having confidence in tools that bring simplicity to consultations rather than complexity is key.
The Sesui video consultation application couldn’t be simpler:
For the patient, there are:
No login details to remember
With video operating as an integral part of the Sesui Cloud Communications service, there’s no need to track and report video usage separately. All calls can be routed, managed and reported in the same dataset as your organisations usage. Every video consultation can be recorded and accessed over an HSCN connection. This enables you to get a clear, comprehensive view of video / phone demand and make accurate predictions about future usage & scheduling.
Four big technological trends, Sophie Castle-Clarke, Kings Fund