Video, audio, web conferencing capabilities added to Rubbermaid workstations

Rubbermaid Healthcare, which produces mobile clinical workstations, is adding telehealth capability to those workstations according to TMCnet. Collaborating with CPort Solutions, Rubbermaid has created the MEDI PORT system, with video, audio, web-conferencing and interactive white board technology on a rolling mobile device that can move anywhere in the hospital. One possible use, officials say, is sharing virtual surgeries with medical students or consulting doctors for training purposes. Article

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