the $10.6B market just in patient monitoring http://mobihealthnews.com/21214/2012-us-remote-patient-monitoring-10-6b-market/
with RCI patented technology not only you can remotely see the patient, one on one communication ...
Eyetalk For Medical
EyeTalk can give medical staff "virtual" access to a patient via a handheld device and/or computer. Through the EyeTalk Communicator technology, patients can be observed and monitored in real time from an established station and/or handheld device.
Transmits real-time images for more scheduled monitoring of patients
Motion sensor can detect activity of patient and instantly trigger EyeTalk's pan, tilt, zoom camera
Captures and archives video (if necessary)
Real time, one-on-one communication
Increases response time to patient calls
The Bureau of Health Professions predicts the current shortage of 150,000 nurses nationwide will grow to 800,000 nurses by 2020.
According to the Lewen Group for the National Center for Health Workforce Analysis, an adequate supply of nurses is essential to achieving the nation's goals of ensuring access to affordable, high-quality healthcare.
A Cornell University study, using American Hospital Association data, found that eight out of 10 hospitals that have launched restructruing programs have reduced nursing staff.