Offsite consulting

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    Reception

    Hi

    We also consult offsite 3 times per month with only wifi access.  We connect to Genie via remote desktop directly to the server in the main rooms.  Sometimes, depending on how good the wifi is, there can be a small lag when changing screens or typing, but it is workable.

    I hope this helps.

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    Dana Esposito

    If you haven't already checked out this article: Using Genie Remotely

    It might be good to have a look, and see if any of the options suggested are suitable for your clinic. I would encourage you to engage with your IT provider for advice with these.

    I hope this helps,

    Dana

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    Bruce

    Are you using Mac or PC?? 

    We use Mac to run our Genie and have installed Google Remote Desktop on all computers in the Practice.

    Remote Desktop is free.

    Also have it installed on Mobile phone, but this is really only for small tasks.

    Can use this method overseas to log back in to check results etc.

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    Barb Burnet

    Hi we also run several remote clinics here in SA  we now use a dongle or hotspot our phones for when the local internet /wifi is slow, it does seem to help. Barb from RheumatologySA

     

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