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Medical video streaming is a valuable service for medical facilities and learning institutions that promote medical research and industry advancements. The ability to web-stream high-quality video and sound allows surgeons, general physicians, nurses, and other healthcare practitioners to conduct and participate in patient care from a distance. Below, we provide an introduction to the purpose and process behind medical video streaming services.

What Is Medical Video Streaming?

Since the launch and advancement of video calls and real-time streaming, the medical industry has explored new methods to grow and increase learning and procedure efficiency. With the use of medical video streaming, anyone involved with or interested in the medical industry can now benefit.

The use of medical video streaming creates easy audience interaction for both medical associates and patients. The benefit of technology and medical video streaming are vast and include: telemedicine, virtual training, two-way webinars, broadcasted surgeries, and online consultation.

How Is Medical Video Streaming Accomplished?

The process of medical video streaming consists of filming, broadcasting, and sometimes post-web production. Live video services take one of three forms and include the following: live recording, live broadcast, and interactive teleconferencing.

Live Recording

Often recorded live but shared online at a later time, classes and medical training seminars utilize video streaming services with the intention of streaming at a later time or date. An advantage to live recording is the ability to refine the footage through post-presentation editing. Even if the initial presentation was not flawless, the final recording footage will be.

Live Broadcast

Special events, announcements, or training from a sensitive area, such as an operating room, benefit from this option. Live Broadcast allows the spectator to view the event as it happens and, depending on the scenario, ask questions to the presenter in real time. Audience interaction is available through a few unique methods. Texting or emailing questions is the easiest form of interaction; however, full interaction is available too. With full interaction, not only can the entire group see and hear the broadcast, but they are also heard by the surgeon for Q&A segments. This form of video helps students or fellow medical associates interact and participate while at another location.

Interactive Teleconferencing

When set up in a news-like setting, such as an office or studio, we can host a full interactive meeting. Teleconferencing permits us to feature a main host, while allowing people from across the world to join or present in the meeting. Using a professional, video streaming service to facilitate is imperative when controlling who can talk, ensuring smooth gaps in timing, and guaranteeing an efficient and effective meeting.

Franklin Media: Your Solution for High-Quality Streaming Services

At Franklin Media, we devote our services to creating a clean, clear, and high-quality video product for your medical facility by listening to your goals and desired outcome. Our professional video experts are ready to assist you with your next medical video streaming project. Are you ready for your next video broadcast or teleconference? Contact us today to see how we can help or to receive examples of our work!

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  • It is a pleasure working with Franklin Media! Franklin Media’s team is very personable and professional when interacting with physicians and hospital staff, and they are the team I approach first when I have a filming or broadcast need.
    Kirsten White, Boston Scientific
  • …I have worked with Franklin Media on livestream and surgical video projects; they get an unreserved “thumbs up” from me.”
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