Date: 22 Jun 2015 0 Comment Video Posted by: Perceptions
Working with one video client is often good fun and interesting, however, working with two makes it even better!
Perceptions were recently involved in a video project with the internationally renowned medical company Ossur. Ossur are working in partnership with a new innovative patient service called the Virtual Fracture Clinic. An online medical service that aims to save significant patient time as well as significant NHS time. They will do this by delivering ongoing treatment guidance via online video direct into the patient’s home.
Extended Scope Physiotherapist Lucy Arnott and Orthopaedic Consultant James Gibbs are the driving force behind the Virtual Fracture Clinic and both of them appear on nearly all 29 videos. Each video lasts no more than 10 minutes and each video takes the patient through their particular treatment and it is all done in an easy to understand and very visual way.
We filmed all 29 videos at Ossur’s UK premises in Stockport and you can view a selection of them by visiting www.perceptionsmgt.co.uk/portfolio.
Although it only took us a day or so to film all the copy we ended up having a fair amount of both offline and online editing to work through. Considering the number of video clips produced we were pleasantly surprised at the relatively low number of edits required back from the client.
The Perceptions editing team turned everything around pretty quickly. The client received the final 29 videos and all ready for online upload within two working weeks of the original videos being shot.
Four of the videos are available for immediate viewing on the video portfolio page of the Perceptions website which is www.perceptionsmgt.co.uk/portfolio. If you would like details on all the videos then please contact Perceptions directly via email which is firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an excellent concept that shows how modern video technology can bring business together and assist in saving both time and money for the NHS, as well as for their patients.