Reimbursement caveats make it tough to develop a telemedicine offering capable of covering its costs and benefitting as many patients as possible.
Ask enterprise technology managers about how they’ve pulled off big, complex AV projects, and often the answer is that they knew when to call in AV integrators, designers, and consultants.
As companies grow, they often wind up scattered across multiple office buildings around town before eventually deciding it’s more efficient to consolidate at a single facility.
More than 36 million Americans have a hearing loss, according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders.
The economy is flickering back to life, and in many cities, that’s reflected in the cost of commercial real estate.
Multipurpose rooms are case studies for why and how AV/IT convergence is playing out in enterprises, schools and other organizations.
From colleges to houses of worship to enterprises, organizations are putting one-trick ponies such as telepresence suites out to pasture as they look to get a bigger return on their AV investments.
The majority of college faculty are deeply skeptical about the quality and learning outcomes of online courses, while educational technology administrators are far more optimistic.