Customer Telemedicine Networks
REACH Health powers many of the nation’s most successful telemedicine networks. Our award-winning telemedicine platform helps hospitals overcome the traditional obstacles of time and distance to recreate the bedside experience for both doctor and patient. This has resulted in undeniable improvements in patient care, such as tPA administration rates in the treatment of Ischemic Stroke that far surpass the reported national average.
See how some of our customers are using REACH software as the platform for their sustainable and growing telemedicine networks:
Augusta University Telestroke Program was founded in 2003 by a group of innovative doctors in the neurology department to extend stroke treatment to patients living in rural East Central Georgia.
The REACH MUSC Telestroke Program has enabled a large proportion of the South Carolina population to be within a 60 minute drive of specialized stroke care. MUSC’s telestroke program recently received its fifth consecutive “Get with the Guidelines” Stroke Gold-Plus Quality Achievement Award and recognition on the Target: Stroke Honor Roll from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.
The Penn State Hershey LionNet Telestroke Network is a partnership between Penn State Hershey Medical Center and regional hospitals to provide specialized stroke care to rural areas of Pennsylvania. The Penn State Hershey stroke center is one of the few comprehensive stroke centers in the country.
St. Dominic Hospital established its telestroke program in 2012 then expanded its telemedicine service offerings to include telepulmonology in 2014. Both service lines use REACH Health enterprise software.
Temple University combines its telestroke program with a sophisticated communications and transfer network to extend expert stroke care to patients up to 100 miles away. Temple University Hospital, recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of the region’s best for neurology and neurosurgery, offers a wide range of state-of-the-art treatments for neurological disorders, including stroke.