With the advent of telestroke care, remote neurologists can use video communication technology to examine a patient, talk in real-time with the attending physician, and make lifesaving treatment decisions in minutes. Until recently, telestroke equipment has been costly to deploy and maintain, and has been constrained by the need for quality-assured networks, limiting access to specialists and the number of patients that can be served.
Learn how StrokeCareNow Network, an alliance of 22 hospitals in the Midwest, affordably scaled its 24/7 remote diagnosis program to support more patients.
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Vice President, Strategic Marketing
Chief Operating Officer
Parkview Heart Institute