KI Live Video enables online communication for audio meetings, video meetings, and seminars, with built-in features such as chat, screen sharing, and recording. The plugin enables long-distance or international communication, enhance collaboration, and reduce travel costs. Employees at every level within an organization can use video conferencing tools to host or attend virtual meetings with fellow employees, company partners, or customers, no matter where the attendees are physically located.
KI Live video conferencing eliminates the need for in-person attendance in both quick scrums and important meetings, adding convenience to daily schedules for all involved, improving client relationships, and ensuring open and consistent communication between teams.
BASIC FEATURES OFFERED BY KI:
Video and audio communication between two or more parties
Allow video conference hosts to modify specifications and invite guests to meetings
Offer features like screen sharing and chat within individual conferences
Offer recording capabilities for future references or presentations
Support WordPress blocks (Gutenberg editor)
KI LIVE PROVIDES E-VISIT CAPABILITY.
It enables health care practitioners to effectively evaluate, diagnose, and treat patients remotely. eVisit is a web conferencing and mobile-ready application that provides an alternative mode of treatment to in-person clinic visits. With KI Live eVisit, health care professionals can provide real-time treatment and care to their patients around the clock, in addition to offering their patients convenience, bettering patient follow-up and engagement, and reducing the number of missed appointments and cancellations. KI Live can be utilized by any health care professional in any health care specialty. KI Live Features: a) Encrypt patient data to remain in compliance with HIPAA, PHIPA, and HIA regulation b) Utilize public communication networks -based technology c) Adhere to strict reporting and transparency requirements.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT KI LIVE VIDEO
KI Live Video can be an incredibly flexible tool in a business’s software ecosystem. You can use its internal check-ins, conference calls, external meetings, and presentations.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF USING KI LIVE VIDEO
Save money and resources with cheaper long-distance and international communication options. Eliminate geographic barriers and allow your team to work remotely. Enhance team collaboration by allowing for increased engagement through screen sharing and file sharing. Reduce travel costs by allowing people to join meetings from the comfort of their office.
WHY USE KI LIVE VIDEO CONFERENCING
KI Live Video offers all the benefits that come with face-to-face communication, without the cost of commuting or travelling. For businesses, this means no hiccups in communication for remote employees, potential prospects, or outside stakeholders, regardless of travel capability. This can be especially useful for small businesses looking to grow without exorbitant travel costs. KI Live Video can be used as a webinar Software.
WHO USES KI LIVE VIDEO
In the post-COVID-19 era businesses of all types and sizes find multiple uses for KI Live Video. It proved to be a powerful check-in tool for companies with multiple branches or upper management in separate locations. It’s also used by growing businesses to expand their prospects and check in with employees without the need for travel. Even mid-market and enterprise-level businesses use video conferencing in their daily operations to connect with stakeholders and prospects. KI Live Video is appealing to freelancers or other self-employed individuals.
KI LIVE VIDEO CONFERENCING SOFTWARE FEATURES
Video calling – Offers High-quality video for one-to-one or conference.
Audio calling —Allows participants to join conference calls with just audio, or video and audio.
Recording – KI Live conferencing allows users to record a video or audio conference call so it can be reviewed later.
Screen share — This feature allows participants to share their screens alongside, or instead of, a webcam feed.
Text chat — Feature live text chat for participants to use alongside or instead of audio. These text chats can be recorded and referred to later. Allow peer-to-peer or peer-to-group text chatting outside of video meetings, as well.
Scheduling — Provides the ability to schedule meetings in-app.
Disease Sentiment Analysis for diseases and pandemics
COVID-19 is a global concern. It is affecting communities with over 2500 deaths while the number of cases continues to climb. Canada has issued travel advisory level 3 ( avoid non-essential travel to several countries including China.
Thousands of health professionals continue to deal with the risk of infection. Some countries are shutting down schools, factories, to an outright travel ban. This is causing anger, frustration, and more importantly, fear.
Whereas solving the clinical challenge is the top priority, the public safety challenge should be a concern in case of further exasperation of the situation.
We built an AI tool to help raise awareness of the amount of negativity resulting from the corona virus
World/Country Health organizations continue to publish guidance and statistics on the number of infections, cases, and deaths. Whereas statistics are very important, analyzing sentiment, goes beyond the surface.
Using Artificial Intelligence KI Design can separate sentiment into Surprise, Disgust, Joy, Anger, Neutral, Sadness, Fear.
Fear and Anger are two strong sentiments that are often the determinant of public behavior.
Duration : Jan 1st, 2019 - Mar 3rd, 2020
# of posts: 553,216,088
Sources: Twitter 79% Forums 10% News 6% other 5%
KI Design released an AI powered tool https://outbreaks.info that analyses world sentiment on Corona Virus COVID19
The first graph shows the overall data captured related to various communicable diseases.
Looking at the basic sentiment bar chart, by comparing negative and positive sentiment over time one can notice that there has been an increase in relative negativity. The relative amount of fear is also increasing as shown in this chart.
The tool can also present information about volume, which when combined with sentiment should give us an idea about the potential impact.
Doctors without borders is an organization I believe in, they have an opening for a Medical Liaison – Medical team manager.
POSITION OBJECTIVE: The Medical Liaison – Medical Team Manager establishes a referent point for the work that requires the support, input and the direction of a doctor; who would hold significant and recognized medical and operational experience with MSF.
BACKGROUND: The MSF Canada Program Unit (PU) exists to support MSF social mission by empowering and serving the field needs. PU provides operational support to partners through Learning Services (consulting, production) and Telemedicine (expertise, implementation and adoption).
The nature of MSF interventions has translated into a demand to test and implement TM solutions to bring additional clinical support, education and mentoring to the MSF missions.
Under established governance, MSF Canada executes the implementation (piloting, testing, coordinating, administrating), development and maintenance of TM solutions (Real Time and Non-Real Time). The approach is to adapt the services to the specific needs, desires and skill-sets of MSF stakeholders. The Telemedicine Program also includes professionalizing the MSF Store and Forward (S&F) platform and solidifying MSF Canada’s position as a movement referent for Telemedicine.
Telemedicine Store and Forward services continues to develop, Store and Forward is about to reach 7000 patients with about 2500 cases posted in 2017. We continue to adapt our organizational structure to meet the growing needs of the MSF Telemedicine services.
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Do health applications advertised as “HIPAA-compliant” offer some legal assurance?
Often, the answer is no. HIPAA does not apply to technological applications as such. Rather, it governs personal health information managed by covered entities such as hospitals, physicians, pharmacies, and health insurance companies. Health applications managed by covered entities are subject to HIPAA rules. Consumer health applications managed by private businesses or independent developers are not.
What developers of consumer health applications likely mean, when they advertise themselves as “HIPAA-compliant,” is that their solution aligns with HIPAA standards, and that they are willing to sign Business Associate Agreements (BAA) with healthcare organizations. A BAA makes a service provider to a healthcare organization directly liable under HIPAA rules. Canadian healthcare organizations can obtain some legal protection by signing a BAA with a U.S.-based information service provider.
HIPAA definitely does not apply to consumer health applications, such as mobile apps and wearable devices that collect health information for an individual’s use (e.g., monitoring one’s exercise habits or diet), but do not share this information with a healthcare provider. Healthcare providers who wish to recommend these applications to patients should be aware that Canadians have few legal avenues to enforce their privacy rights with respect to consumer applications.
Dr. Hassan spoke at the digital conference of the future:
The state of health care data protection
Mobile health services and applications affected patient privacy
Steps needed to protect your business’ data from cyber threats?
About Digital Hospital of the Future, Canada 2016
Digital Hospital of the Future, Canada 2016 brings to the forefront future challenges in healthcare, discuss emerging trends and reveal best practices in the digital landscape that have the potential to revolutionize how hospitals function and their healthcare capabilities.
Hear from healthcare thought leaders on a wide variety of topics including leading technology solutions such as mobile health, digital health, health informatics systems and big data strategies, reinforcing cyber security, conquering eHealth silos and interoperability in healthcare. Besides gaining expert perspectives on significant healthcare trends and practices, network with fellow healthcare professionals to exchange insights and engage in meaningful debate on digital health issues.
It’s time for a digital revolution – take your organization’s healthcare capabilities to the next level and be equipped to overcome the healthcare challenges of the future at the Digital Hospital of the Future, Canada 2016. Learn from healthcare leaders on how technology has transformed care delivery and drive your organization in the digital direction.