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Doctors and patients use connectivity at home to continue learning.

Many medical offices are delaying routine and non-critical appointments and recommending that patients get in touch with their doctor remotely. Doctors and patients are now challenged to adapt to video conferencing from home and a new need for technology. C2G offers solutions to help bridge the connectivity gap between technology and the doctors and patients who need it.
Consulting from home requires considerations for the doctor that will be advising the patient through a virtual meeting space.
Desktop Connection

Connecting your laptop to another display or multiple displays ensures that you can have a screen dedicated to a virtual meeting space and screens dedicated to your physical assessment. Connecting your laptop to peripherals like a keyboard and mouse can offer more flexible screen positionings and increased productivity.
Display Connectivity

Your laptop has a single connectivity point to a docking station, but the docking station requires connectivity to the displays. Most docking stations allow you to connect to any type of display.
Power & Charging

Having a centralized power center ensures that all devices receive the power they need to operate and remain charged.

Receiving medical advice from your doctor through a virtual meeting space requires a strong AV connection and reliable power source for your device.
Audio/Video Connection

Enhance your experience and view presentations on a larger scale by extending your laptop screen to an additional display or TV.
Power & Charging

It's important to have enough ports available for all devices. This helps to ensure that all devices receive the power they need to operate and remained charged.

Have more questions? Click below for more documentation on connect from home essentials from C2G.