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teleconferencing

Holding a meeting with people at different geographic locations by means of telecommunication devices. Teleconferencing is accomplished with high-speed telephone connections, satellite links, or desktop computer videoconference software.
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The overall goal of the chain's teleconferences is to give pharmacists the tools that they need to offer patients the best possible care.
Two of the most important steps in preparing for a teleconference are scripting and rehearsal.
If the audio isn't right, you'e not going to have an effective teleconference. I consider our department a sales effort within Travenol; we're trying to increase productivity and improve communications.
The day-long teleconference, which will be broadcast to audiences both in Georgia and throughout the United States, will include a panel discussion and a question-and-answer session focusing on 11 major issues:
Teleconference: The Nuts and Bolts of Mechanic's Liens
The cost of the teleconference has been waived-this class is complimentary.
Through its series of teleconferences, participants learn about new products, services and innovative technologies from what they view as credible sources--their peers.
On December 8-9, 1999, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) broadcast an interactive teleconference titled "Focus on Rehabilitation" to 268 locations in the United States and Canada.
1 teleconference, "Why Value Intangibles?" Managing them, he added, "means at some stage measuring them" -- and protecting them.
The MGFOA has been an enthusiastic sponsor of the GFOA satellite teleconference program since the program's inception in 1994.
The cost of a video teleconference using compression technologies to reduce the bandwidth required to transmit the video signals can be as low as $30 per hour, with $25,000 to $50,000 in video equipment at each location.
With dial-up, public-switched service, teleconferencing within the United States costs $15.00 per hour, while a teleconference to Europe cost approximately $30 per hour.