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How COVID-19 changed Zoom — with Heidi West

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How COVID-19 changed Zoom — with Heidi West

August 4, 2021

How COVID-19 changed Zoom — with Heidi West

2020 was the year that "Zoom" entered our vocabulary as a verb meaning "to video chat". For Zoom it was a year that their customer base exploded, including in the healthcare space. It was a year of validation for the then nine-year-old tech company, but also a year of the sorts of challenges that come from rapid, unexpected scaling.

On today's HIMSSCast, Zoom Head of Healthcare joins guest host Kat Jercich to look back at  a tumultuous time, and look ahead to the future.

This episode is brought to you by Zoom.

Talking points:

  • Zoom’s pre-pandemic healthcare business and how it changed
  • Factors that helped Zoom in healthcare thrive during the pandemic
  • Dealing with a huge uptake in customer and end user volume
  • Patient engagement with telehealth, a pleasant surprise
  • Focusing on convenience and flexibility, with or without reimbursement
  • Accommodating people with disabilities and different needs
  • Zoom’s journey to ubiquity
  • Dealing with Zoom bombing and other security and privacy challenges
  • Zoom’s mission to “deliver happiness”
  • Looking ahead to the future at Zoom

More about this episode:

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What Zoom is bringing to telemedicine

Enterprise video conferencing company Zoom teams up with Epic to launch configurable telehealth platform

TriHealth switches to Zoom for pandemic, sees 3,650% increase in telehealth use

Using Zoom with Epic to bring telehealth to kids during COVID-19

Weaving Zoom into workflow and updating EHR saves clinic during COVID-19

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