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Complying with patient health information privacy mandates becomes more challenging as the data is moved and stored in electronic form. Learn how enCaption can help maintain patient confidentiality by keeping the process of captioning Telehealth video calls in-house and in the hands of authorized personnel.
With the growing popularity of telemedicine, doctors and patients are increasingly opting for appointments via video conferencing platforms. Learn how enCaption can automate accurate live captioning during the call, and generate transcripts that medical staff can archive for later reference.
As telemedicine expands, so too does the need to display live closed captions during video-based doctor appointments. Learn how doctors can use enCaption to automate this process accurately in-house whenever video calls are held, while maintaining patient confidentiality.
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If creating visually interesting digital signage takes too much time, effort, or money, or requires integrating third-party systems to aggregate all the necessary tools, the process becomes burdensome for cash-strapped PEG channels. ClipFire solves this dilemma by integrating digital signage creation, asset management, and automated playout capabilities into a compact, software-driven TV Channel-in-a-Box.
While community media stations typically operate on tight operating budgets, the reality is that, in order to attract and interest viewers, they must deliver broadcast-quality video programs that meet the expectations of today’s sophisticated media consumer. With its ClipFire TV Channel-in-a-Box, ENCO offers community media an integrated solution that supports their local news and public affairs mission by enabling broadcast-quality video capabilities.
With its enCaption closed captioning system, ENCO makes video captioning readily available and affordable to community media channels so they can comply with mandates and better serve their viewers’ needs.
To make local programming accessible to viewers with hearing disabilities, community stations must provide closed captioning that is accurate, complete, legible, and in sync with the spoken dialogue. With its enCaption closed captioning system, ENCO solves this market’s closed captioning challenges.