I-set up ang Iyong Device para sa Mga Pagbisita sa Video
San Francisco Health Network now offers Video Visits, which allow you to see your provider without leaving home. You can use a smartphone, tablet or computer with a camera to see and hear your provider, all without the inconvenience of travel, parking or time away from work. Also, your device will need internet connection, such as Wi-Fi or cellular data with a strong signal. If you have scheduled a video visit, view below for instructions on getting started. If you haven’t, be sure to discuss video visits with your provider to see if they are right for you.
Upang makapagsimula, sundin ang mga tagubilin sa ibaba:
- I-download ang application na Zoom para sa iyong aparato.
- Subukan ang application sa iyong aparato sa pamamagitan ng pag-click sa pindutan sa ibaba.
- Prepare for your visit. Scroll down and click the tab below to see what you will need the day before.
Paano mag-download ng Zoom sa isang Android:
Paano mag-download ng Zoom sa isang iPhone:
- Have your 10 digit Zoom meeting ID number ready. You Usually receive this number by phone or from your care team.
- Plan a private place to have your visit. It should be in a quiet, well lit-space, with good internet connection (Wifi or Ethernet connection). Inirerekumenda ang mga headphone.
- Maging handa na sumali sa pagpupulong ng Zoom hindi bababa sa 5 minuto bago ang iyong naka-iskedyul na oras ng pagbisita.
Kapag handa ka nang sumali sa pagpupulong sundin ang mga hakbang sa ibaba:
Sumali sa pagbisita sa video
- Buksan ang Mag-zoom app, tapikin ang “Sumali sa pulong”At ipasok ang 10-digit na ID ng pagpupulong ng iyong provider.
- Hal: 123-456-7890
- Ipasok ang iyong una at apelyido
- I-tap ang “Samahan"Tapos"Sumali sa Video"
Hintayin ang Iyong Oras ng Pagpupulong
- Awtomatiko kang mailalagay sa isang silid ng paghihintay.
- Your screen will display "Please wait, the meeting host will let you in soon"
- Your Provider will admit you when ready. Once admitted:
- On smartphone/tablet: click "Wi-Fi or Cellular Data"
- On Computer: click "Join with Computer Audio"
Sa iyong pagbisita
- Our providers or staff might ask for your ID or other questions to confirm your identity.
- Ang iyong tagabigay ay mapupunta sa kanilang tanggapan at makakausap ka, tulad ng isang normal na pagbisita.
- Kapag nakumpleto na ang iyong pagbisita sa video, i-tap ang “Umalis na”Sa kanang sulok sa itaas upang iwanan ang pagpupulong.
If your care team gives you a meeting ID for your visit, you can go to the Zoom app, click on the “Join a Meeting” button, and enter that information to join the video appointment. You will be placed into the Zoom waiting room until your provider is ready. Rarely this can take up to 30 minutes.
It is a live face-to-face visit with your healthcare provider using video on your smartphone, computer or tablet.
It can take place from your home, office, or other private location.
You can join a video visit via Zoom. Zoom is an app on your smartphone, computer or tablet. Your provider or care team can send or give you a Zoom meeting ID to join. During the visit, you will use the microphone and camera on your device, and the video call will connect using Wi-Fi or your cellular data.
Zoom is an app that is private and secure for video calls.
- Someone from your health care team will call you to give all instructions. For example, they will help download the free Zoom app on your device, do a trial video visit, and answer any questions.
- A step-by-step instruction sheet and an instruction video for how to download and use the Zoom application is found online at https://sfhealthnetwork.org/videovisits/ in multiple languages.
- If your care team gives you a meeting ID for your visit, you can go to the Zoom app, click on the “Join a Meeting” button, and enter that information to join the video appointment. You will be placed into the Zoom waiting room for up to 30 minutes until your provider is ready, just like the waiting room in the clinic.
- When you connect on Zoom with your provider, the video visits will be the same length as an in-person visit (usually 15-30 minutes).
- Your provider will only offer a video visit if they decide it is safe. For example, they might offer a video visit if your next visit does not require a physical exam.
- Most providers prefer to see you face-to-face on a video call to make sure they can answer all of your questions as best as possible.
No, video visits are not required. If you do not want to have a video visit, or you do not have the device or internet or data plan, you can choose phone or in-person visits.
Safety and privacy are top priorities for our healthcare system. We choose to use secure apps like Zoom and secure internet connections when we complete video visits with patients.
Yes, interpreters are always available for you for all visits. If you want an interpreter on a video visit, we will connect the interpreter into the visit, often on the phone.
- Make sure to close other apps on your device besides Zoom. Other open apps can slow the connection.
- If you are using headphones, make sure they are connected correctly to your device.
- If you CANNOT hear the provider, and you see an icon on the bottom left corner of the app that says “Join Audio”, click on it and select “Join with Computer Audio” (for computers) or “Wifi or Cellular Data” (for smartphones).
- Once an audio selection is made, please make sure that you have clicked on the microphone icon located on the bottom left corner of the screen to turn on the audio.
- If you continue to have problems, or if you get disconnected during your video visit, your doctor or healthcare provider may call your phone.