Undoubtedly, the integrated video channel is evolving industries. Therefore, in this guide, we show you 3 use cases of companies that used face-to-face interactions to strengthen their services in the health and education sector.
1. Allscripts: A twist on its App for connecting with patients
2. Circles: Connecting executives through the integrated video channel.
Circles’ mission is to help people learn. Circles peer groups foster deeper conversations for continuous professional learning and impactful personal growth.
The overall concept is not particularly new: executive peer groups have proven to be an effective mentoring tool. However, most peer groups meet in person and, as such, are conducted at the local level. Now Circles replicates the concept with a virtual twist, connecting executives in similar roles via video.
3. Equatel: Bringing rural communities closer to the healthcare system.
Equatel believes that healthcare should be a human right, not a privilege. The company has leveraged its telecommunications heritage to extend healthcare to remote communities around the world with inadequate access to the healthcare system.
Clearly, the use of video has important advantages, but many organizations are still reluctant to implement it. Mainly for reasons of business priorities, concerns about technology limitations, costs, and even due to the lack of a clear use case.