Review: The Jabra Evolve 65 UC Stereo Supports Telework in Healthcare

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Hospitals are essential during pandemics and other public health emergencies. So is social distancing to minimize contact and potential risk.

That’s why many facilities continue to direct nonclinical staff to work from home or other remote locations. The arrangement keeps employees — including those tasked with scheduling, billing assistance and even providing virtual care — safe while supporting critical business continuity.

The Jabra Evolve 65 UC Stereo headset can help with the transition. 

Designed for ease of use and integration into many top collaboration platforms (Cisco Jabber, Microsoft Teams and Skype among them), the device transforms almost any environment into a suitable place to conduct business. It can even connect with two devices at once, such as a laptop via a USB dongle (included with the headset) and a smartphone using Bluetooth.

SHOP NOW: Get full product details on the Jabra Evolve 65 UC Stereo headset.

Maintain High-Quality Audio in Any Situation

Phone calls made via the Jabra headset came through loud and clear thanks to wideband speakers optimized for voice communications. The microphone sits on a boom in front of the user’s mouth and perfectly captured all conversations, according to listeners on the other end of calls during recent tests. 

And because situational background noises are common in a work-from-home world, the microphone’s noise-canceling technology helps ensure that the focus stays on the conversation at hand.