At Pexip, we believe in the power of video communication and its potential to be as effective as in-person meetings. We simplify complex video conferencing to empower teams to meet, regardless of location or technology across traditionally incompatible technologies - breaking down barriers between Cisco, Poly, Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business and Google Meet.
Healthcare organizations face complex challenges. Connecting patients and providers shouldn’t be one of them. Our technology allows patients to connect quickly and seamlessly with their caregivers, ensuring their care remains at the forefront. At the same time, healthcare providers can use the technologies they already own. There’s no need to buy additional hardware, and Pexip’s video platform integrates with existing workflows and tools – such as EPIC.
We support healthcare customers including NSW Health, Queensland Health, Telehealth Tasmania, NHS Wales and the US Department of Veteran Affairs.
Coviu is Australia’s most trusted video telehealth solution, powering secure and feature-rich video consultations. Our mission is to improve healthcare accessibility for all and allow both patients and providers to discover the benefits of video consultations.
The platform is equipped with in-built clinical tools, tailored to your speciality. Share resources, perform clinical assessments, access on-demand interpreters and more, to optimise your video consultations and patient outcomes.
Coviu is complete with end-to-end and peer-to-peer encryption, keeping sensitive patient data safe.
How can vital signs be monitored via a video call?
Blood pressure, oxygen saturation, temperature, weight and blood glucose.
Telehealth succeeds when both the patient and clinician can understand vital signs.
To do this patient focused Bluetooth connected health devices are required.
Propell is the Australian distributor of iHealth and Biofourmis.
Both are global leaders in episodical (iHealth) and continuous (Biofourmis) vital sign monitoring.
Used by many Australian hospitals and PHNs, visit Propell at SFT22 to better understand how telehealth can succeed for the patient and clinician.