Banty Co-founder, Dr. Richard Tytus, was interviewed by Sue Deyell and Andrew Schultz on NEWSTALK 770.
Dr. Tytus spoke with Sue and Andrew about being a good host of a video conference. If you are hosting a meeting, you need to make sure that you are in a secure room, and that is one of banty’s essential features.
Dr. Tytus also gave some tips about how important it is to keep it professional in online meetings. It’s not easy to be in a meeting through a video conference platform when you are at home because there are so many distractions and last-minute situations out of your control. Still, there are some things that you can control, like dressing correctly, make sure that you are in the right spot with good light and not too much background noise. Mute your mic if the noise is too loud. It may disturb the participants of the video call. These details will make a difference and keep the participants attentive to the message and the conversation.
With banty, you can have a professional video call in a secure room where you will be able to share necessary documentation or information about your company, your business or even your patients.
Learn all about banty at https://banty.org/
Dr. Richard Tytus, a director of the Ontario Medical Association, was forced to move many of his patients’ appointments to online video chat platforms due to COVID-19. While using these platforms, he and his patients quickly realized they disliked the available options.
So, he reached out to his patients and fellow doctors who were impacted by clinic closures and created a list of everything they disliked about the six most commonly used video conferencing platforms. They then set out to build a better platform tailor-made for virtual medicine.
No software is required for patients to join a call on banty medical. Our telemedicine solution can be accessed from any browser available on desktop and laptop computers. We also have a free and easy-to-use app for iOS and Android users so your patients can join their virtual video chat appointments from their mobile devices. Create your virtual clinic today and join the online healthcare revolution.
Thank you to Sue Deyell and Andrew Schultz – Radio 770 CFPL for this interview.