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October 24 2018
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Rob Lipps
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People love video – but not just for entertainment. It’s fast becoming an important medium for instructional purposes. For example, every semester, more and more courses in higher education offer students streaming and on-demand video options. And those students are coming to expect that they’ll have access to video as an integral part of their learning. But we can also see the rise of instructional video in everyday life. Think about...

May 25 2018
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Nicole Wise
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Challenge: With 8,000 employees scattered across clinics throughout the Midwest, timely and effective communication wasn’t always easy for Gundersen Health System. Healthcare professionals would have to take time away from their patients to attend staff meetings and trainings, and all that travel wasn’t cheap. The La Crosse, Wis. teaching hospital needed a...

March 09 2018
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Nicole Wise
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Challenge: The Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer (SITC) is a global association for professionals working in the field of cancer immunotherapy. SITC is the world’s leading member-driven organization specifically dedicated to improving cancer patient outcomes by advancing the science and application of cancer immunotherapy. SITC membership is comprised of a dynamic global...

January 30 2018
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Nicole Wise
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Healthcare organizations worldwide are turning to video to improve patient care, train staff and maintain the highest standards in technology, research and compliance with ever-evolving healthcare regulations. In this TED-style talk, Rob Lipps, executive vice president of Sonic Foundry, reveals that video can be used to solve some of the most...

October 16 2017
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Nicole Wise
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Challenge: Each year, radiologists are required to earn continuing education credits to keep up with their licenses. CME Science holds clinical continuing education conferences throughout the year, providing professional development options for those physicians. Typically they are two- to four-day conferences and are led by leading medical professionals in their fields. It’s difficult...

October 09 2017
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Nicole Wise
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(Photo credit: GE Healthcare) This is part of a continuing series about how online video has significantly impacted organizational training and services at five U.S. healthcare organizations. Learn more in this webinar with Wainhouse Research, and you’ll also get a copy of Wainhouse’s new report, "Prescribing New Solutions for Communications in...

September 18 2017
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Nicole Wise
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This is part of a continuing series about how online video has significantly impacted organizational training and services at five U.S. healthcare organizations. Learn more in this webinar with Wainhouse Research, and you’ll also get a copy of Wainhouse’s new report, "Prescribing New Solutions for Communications in Healthcare,” sponsored by...

September 11 2017
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Nicole Wise
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This is part of a continuing series about how online video has significantly impacted organizational training and services at five U.S. healthcare organizations. Learn more in this webinar with Wainhouse Research, and you’ll also get a copy of Wainhouse’s new report, "Prescribing New Solutions for Communications in Healthcare,” sponsored by...

September 06 2017
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Nicole Wise
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When the comedy “Web Therapy” starring Lisa Kudrow premiered in 2011 about a psychiatrist, Fiona Wallace, and her three-minute internet therapy sessions, the concept – to many – was probably a little out-there. But this video chat treatment, in all seriousness, isn’t so far-fetched. Take this American Psychiatric Association study, for example....

August 24 2017
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Nicole Wise
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The constant rollout of new pharmaceutical programs, the heated debate about the Affordable Care Act and the shift toward digitization of patient records are contributing to rapid evolution that introduces the need for new tools to improve healthcare skills training and patient care. A new report from Wainhouse Research, together with...



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