May I inquire as to what software your wife uses for Telemedicine, please? My GF has two upcoming doctor appointments which had to be postponed because neither doctor was set up for Telemedicine calls, and there's no way she's going into a waiting room with sick people at this time. I realize that HIPPA privacy concerns must be met but, hey, the year is 2020 and Telemedicine has been around for several years in some medical practices, so what's the problem? I mean, is there any doctor who doesn't have a laptop or PC with a webcam?My wife does Telemedicine and asked me about a web cam today.
Obviously, security and privacy are factors to be considered for Telemedicine visits. Ideally, they should be HIPPA compliant. This is best obtained by using an app that has end-to-end encryption.My wife is using primarily Zoom but has also used Facetime when that's all her patient's have. Her office uses Microsoft Teams for their meetings and she has used that with patients too.
I have used Zoom to talk to my doc and thought it worked well. Although frankly a phone call works fine too. Fewer distractions.
I figure herd security tactics will work well for most video conference just like with regular mail. Billions of packets, they'll have to search a ton video of no use to anyone without direct connection to the event.
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