Key features and benefits of the Telehealth IP Patient Monitor:
Improve consultation efficiency: Sony IP Patient Monitor allows medical specialists to log onto the web browser and commerce medical consultation without physically being with the patient. It also gives medical specialists the complete control of the camera, who not only can pan, tilt, zoom the camera remotely but also can establish a two-way communication with the patient.
Secure and respect privacy: Sony IP Patient Monitor is password protected for each new consultation session. Although the medical specialists can control the camera remotely, the right to commerce the consultation and allow the specialist to view the patient is granted to the medical personnel who is with the patient. The IP Patient Monitor's "ON AIR" light will be lit and opening tone will be played out loud at the patient's site to indicate the start of a session.
Easy installation: Sony IP Patient Monitor is easy to install, and to operate it simply requires an internet connection and basic internal networking.
Sony Australia Limited | Medical Electronics
Sony Corporation is a leading manufacturer of audio, video, communications and information technology products for the consumer and professional markets. With a wide range of products across three main segments, consumer product, broadcast and professional and information technology products, Sony has become a leading electronics supplier in Australia.
Hospitals and medical facilities are rapidly moving towards higher technical requirements and connectivity. Sony’s expertise in the areas of imaging, recording and printing as well as a large range of AV/IT products allow Sony to offer solutions in a variety of medical applications:
• HD and 3D Image capture, recording and monitoring
• LCD and OLED medical graded monitors used in diagnostic and surgical applications
• Tele-health solution using Sony developed IP Patient Monitoring system for remote consultation
• Patient Infotainment combining entertainment and clinical records at patient bedside only a touch away