Intelligent Video Solutions will be demonstrating its VALT, version 5.0, easy to use, secure, affordable, video platform for Graduate Medical Education at ACGME 2018.
The ACGME Annual Educational Conference is one of the largest gatherings of graduate medical educators in the world, and engages designated institutional officials (DIOs), faculty members, program directors, program coordinators, residents, and others in GME who are passionate about education and collaboration.
This year’s conference will be held in Orlando, FL at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort March 1st through the 4th. This year’s conference theme is Engaging Each Other: Transformation through Collaboration, and through it we will celebrate the connections we make and the positive impact that has on graduate medical education overall.
A very important technology in most medical education is video observation and recording. Video is used to monitor training participants and is typically recorded along with data from patient displays so that participants and trainers can “debrief” the training session and gain valuable insight into improving medical care by the participants.
Very often these video systems can be difficult and hard to use and require dedicated highly trained technical individuals to operate them. The IVS team demonstrated at the conference how its VALT video platform is a perfect fit for those users who require an easy to use video simulation recording and debriefing solution. In fact Steve Jacobson, Vice President of Sales for IVS, commented “We have built the easiest to use, most secure, affordable video solution in this space. If that is what you are looking for you have come to the right place.”
VALT is simple and intuitive to use and can be used by non-technical staff. Training for the average user is 15 minutes or less. VALT is affordable as it is licensed by the numbers of cameras connected to the system. Since the software is a perpetual license and yearly maintenance costs are nominal, the total cost of ownership is low.
Inherent within medical simulation training is the need for security. Organizations deploying video debriefing systems need to make sure that only the right people have access to the live and recorded video information. IVS demonstrated at the conference that VALT contains multiple technologies to help secure both data and video content. The security features built into VALT include: encryption of both data and video, LDAP integration, extensive user and group rights and permissions, access control and a robust audit log.
VALT is a web based video platform that is being used throughout the world for not only medical simulation training but also clinical skills training, clinical research, behavioral research forensic video capture and much more. The VALT platform is being used by over 100 Universities and Healthcare organizations worldwide. The IVS team has been building and supporting intelligent video solutions for over 16 years. For more information on VALT and IVS you may visit their website at ipivs.com