Vidyo- port is telehealth.uphs.upenn.edu
- The above rooms are attached to specific devices. So for instance, you have to have residents open up the iPad with HUPNeurologyStroke in order to login to that room; if you’re using a different device (like 2 phones with Vidyo), use the room with your own name
- There is an external speaker attached to the S9 iPad- this needs to be charged periodically. It also needs to be turned on (button on back)- when on there will be a visible blue light
- The iPad has an external battery pack- this needs to be charged periodically.
- In the fellows room, on top of the grey cabinet above the desks in the front is an additional back-up iPad bracket with a pole mount- this can be used in case there is an issue with the main iPad mount
- There is a toolkit in the fellows office in the same place with a pliers and a set of Allen wrenches if the bolt on the iPad mount loosens
- If you are sharing the screen with the residents in the conference room, hit “unlock the share” to move that screen to a separate window.
- You will want to hit the little pin in the corner of the Vidyo video feed to convert to portrait mode- this will allow you to see much more of the patient
- There is a small pole mount for an iPhone which can easily fit in a pocket (either in Laura’s office on 3 Gates or up in the fellows office)- this may be useful if the fellow is seeing a consult in the hospital and wants to easily share the exam without having to hold the phone.
- The conference room on S9 has Vidyo on the big screen/desktop computer in there with a video camera/mic connected. This allows one resident to be in the conference room, another can use the iPad, and the attending can be at a remote computer, with all 3 conferencing together while maintaining physical distancing.