PR – Study: Audio Conferencing Important in Heathcare industries
Fourth of industry reports on audio, web, video conferencing shows users in Medical or Dental services, Medical Devices and Pharmaceutical industries meet face-to-face most often
Northborough, MA October 30, 2007 – Brockmann & Company released its latest independent, self-funded report on the role of face-to-face meetings and audio, web and video conferencing in the conduct of business in the healthcare industries industries. The report, entitled "Conferencing in Healthcare " is available for a limited time for free download on http://www.brockmann.com.
Peter Brockmann, President and Research Director of Brockmann & Company said, "Only 36% of respondents consider conferencing very important to the success of their company. This is the lowest score of any industry reviewed. Despite the promise of tele-medicine, the power of these technologies do not translate well into the broader industry because users are geographically tied to the scope of their enterprise. Collaborations tend to concentrate locally and not regionally or nationally."
This report is the fourth in a series to be published in the coming months on the practices and insights within various industry groupings."
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