Acoustic Design Guide: Telehealth
2020 was the first time in history when more professional interactions took place digitally than face to face. It is clear that this type of communication has come to stay and will become a regular part of professional life.
The primary function of rooms designed for telehealth is to provide optimal
conditions for remote doctor/healthcare professionals/patient communication.
A room with good acoustics should support an often vulnerable situation where a patient meets a healthcare professional and the acoustics should be an advantage for both patients and clinicians.
This Acoustic Design Guide contains a quick and accessible introduction to the most important acoustic design aspects of rooms used for telehealth – meaning rooms with video and audio equipment.
Download the Design Guide below to learn more about:
- The challenges of telehealth
- Acoustics of video conference rooms
- Acoustic demands
- Placement of acoustic materials
- Telehealth and telemedicine