MaineHealth Video Conference Slideshow Presenters Protocol


Every presentation should be designed with the audience in mind. The slides should be concise, clearly laid out and easy to read, both in the session as well as out to the remote audience via teleconferencing. It is especially important with different video delivery systems, varying resolutions, screen sizes and bandwidth considerations that the slides be able to scale down gracefully. Here are some tips designed to help presenters ensure that their work can be seen by the widest audience.

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MaineHealth VideoNetwork Transmits First Integrated Medical Broadcast


On March 25th the MaineHealth VideoNetwork successfully transmitted the first integrated broadcast from the Scarborough Surgery Center to the Dana Center at Maine Medical Center. This was the inaugural first use of the telemedicine system and focused on a cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal) performed by Dr. Tom Brady. The broadcast was designed as a proof of concept for the medical video system equipment in a non-emergent case.

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Installing Jabber Video for TelePresence on your iPad

IMPORTANT: Before you begin, make sure you request an automated email that contains your username, password and correct server settings. You will need to have MaineHealth IS set up a Jabber account for you. Once you have your username and password, you can proceed with the instructions below:

1. Download “Cisco Jabber Video for iPad” from the iTunes store, it has a PURPLE icon.

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