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Video conferencing in aged care achieves quick return
Aged care provider Feros Care has seen a quick return on its investment in a new video conferencing suite, estimating that its new solution has paid for itself in 13 months mainly through a reduction in travel and accommodation expenses for care staff
Feros Care, which is also providing telehealth services over its new LifeSize system, predicts that when multi-party conferences, desktop-to-desktop and mobile-to-desktop conferences are included, the system will have paid itself off within three to six months.
The company, which provides residential, day and respite care as well in-home respite and community care services in Queensland and NSW, is also now able to offer an easy way for its residential clients to video conference with family and friends through Skype.
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