Building the Infrastructure to Support Telemedicine Delivery Guide

| June 4, 2019

Remote patient care and treatment through telemedicine provides healthcare organizations with the ability to increase patient-provider interaction at a lower overall cost of service at a rapid internet speed. In addition to improved patient care and convenience, telemedicine provides the societal benefit of extending quality healthcare to rural and other under served areas and may reduce the overall carbon footprint of healthcare delivery. This guide explores and summarized the unique physical infrastructure requirements and best practices for creating and maintaining a telemedicine center, whether in an existing healthcare setting or as a stand-alone facility.

This guide will:

  • Explain what telemedicine is and how it is used in clinical settings
  • Identify the requirements to achieve optimal acoustic and visual conditions
  • Develop reliable electrical and cooling system infrastructure
  • Give examples of the environmental and societal benefits

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A special thank you to our round table panel, who contributed their ideas and insight to this guide. 

  • Mike Niehaus  | Array Architects
  • Randy VanBrocklin | Canton Potsdam Hospital
  • Tim Doak | Northern Light Health
  • Ben Davenny, PE | Acentech
  • Minh Tran  | Acentech

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