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Collaboration | Healthcare

By: Internetwork Engineering
June 9th, 2021

Patient engagement is a hot topic for both healthcare professionals and patients. Why, you ask? Because the ultimate goal of healthcare professionals is empowered patients, and improving health outcomes with increased patient engagement is a great way to do just that.

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Collaboration | Partners

By: Jaymes Krueger
November 24th, 2020

The Human Video Factor 

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Collaboration

By: Jaymes Krueger
November 10th, 2020

In this overview, we’ll discuss the overarching considerations that affect organizations when making the switch to virtual collaboration technology. Stay tuned for the two follow-up articles that will compare popular solutions and highlight issues impacting each prospective option’s level of effectiveness for organizations. Let’s get started! 

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Collaboration | Partners

By: RedSky Technologies
October 8th, 2020

Guest blog alert! We’re excited to have Jerry Eisner, VP of Public Safety from our partner at RedSky Technologies, joining us in the blogosphere today.

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Collaboration | Partners

By: 2Ring
September 25th, 2020

Guest blog alert! We’re excited to have Michal Grebac, Strategic Sales & Marketing Director from our partner at 2Ring joining us in the blogosphere today to talk about “How to Affordably integrate Applications with Cisco Contact Centers.”  Michal has delivered hundreds of live WebEx demonstrations of Cisco Finesse with 2Ring Gadgets and collected valuable user feedback from thousands of contact center supervisors and directors. 

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Collaboration | Healthcare

By: Internetwork Engineering
August 21st, 2020

Has your healthcare system experienced a bottleneck transferring patient information amidst the COVID-19 pandemic? If so, you are not alone. Healthcare systems all over the country have been struggling to keep up with the number of COVID-related file transfers flooding their offices. This has resulted in the loss of pertinent patient information that later needs to be re-entered by hospital administrative staff. Additionally, due to the sheer volume of faxes, offices are getting test results sometimes weeks after the fact, which renders them virtually useless.