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Cloudbreak’s telemedicine platform now comes with Zoom Video services

Cloudbreak’s telemedicine platform now comes with Zoom Video services
Cloudbreak’s telemedicine platform now comes with Zoom Video services

Leading video medical interpretation and unified telemedicine solution provider, Cloudbreak Health has recently revealed that it has successfully incorporated the Zoom video conferencing solution in its telemedicine platform.

According to reliable sources, this move would hugely enhance Cloudbreak’s interoperability efforts, allowing interpreters to fulfill timely care delivery under the current COVID-19 pandemic scenario. While healthcare providers could easily be able to access Cloudbreak’s platforms, including live remote, secure interpretation in nearly 250 languages, with the help of Zoom’s video conferencing ability.

Reportedly, Cloudbreak’s over 1,200 users, which include hospitals, healthcare systems, and clinics, can download this feature and begin using it while interacting with patients. In addition, its interoperability properties could enable it to natively integrate with numerous SIP and WebRTC platforms like Polycom, Vidyo, Cisco, Skype and now Zoom.

In addition to this, the integrations could also be used in several key electronic medical records utilized by hospitals such as EPIC and Cerner.

Speaking on the development, Jamey Edwards, CEO, Cloudbreak, said that the company was one of the first in the country to introduce telemedicine integration and video interoperability for video medical interpreting.

Meanwhile, its latest integration of Zoom comes as another step towards helping patients and doctors in the U.S. to cope with the coronavirus pandemic. Moreover, this combination would extend access to care for numerous patients countrywide that desperately crave for services, while ensuring the safety of its healthcare workers.

Prior to this news, Cloudbreak made headlines when it announced that it has raised a $10 million funding from Columbia Partners Private Capital to expedite its product innovation and growth.

Commenting on which, Edwards said that collaborating with Columbia would enable it to invest in the further development of its telemedicine platforms while extending its sales, customer service, and IT teams.

Moreover, in order to resolve overall healthcare disparities, Cloudbreak would expand its technical team and add resources to its interpreter network to strengthen innovation in the coming phase of product development, interoperability, and scalability.

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