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How REACH Telemedicine Software Supports AHA Telestroke Guidelines

AHA Scientific Statement on Telemedicine Contains Useful Telestroke Guidelines The American Heart/Stroke Association has released a Scientific Statement on Telemedicine, a set of helpful telestroke guidelines that provide suggestions for technology, process, patient and provider satisfaction – plus other valuable topics. This document was drafted by a panel internationally-recognized stroke experts, two of which are co-founders of REACH

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Data-​Driven Telemedicine

Optimizing Telemedicine Programs using Clinical and Performance Data Top performing networks rely on data-driven telemedicine to improve patient care, make key staffing decisions, identify opportunities for ongoing education, support community health initiatives and more. REACH Health has written this paper as the result of a four-month research project conducted with hospitals and healthcare systems using data from the REACH Health

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In South Carolina, Lowcountry Stroke Collaborative Puts Stroke Care Ahead of Competition

Two of South Carolina’s leading healthcare providers, the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and Roper St. Francis just put stroke care above market share. These two Charleston-based competitors have just announced the Lowcountry Stroke Collaborative, with the goals of improving stroke treatment speed and quality, and ultimately improving patient outcomes. A key component of the collaborative is its telestroke program, which

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MUSC and Roper St. Francis Partner to Improve and Expand Telestroke Care

Lowcountry Stroke Collaborative utilizes REACH Health to improve care quality and patient outcomes ATLANTA – November 1, 2016 – Two of the leading healthcare providers in South Carolina, the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and Roper St. Francis are partnering to establish the Lowcountry Stroke Collaborative with the goals of improving stroke treatment speed and quality, and ultimately improving patient outcomes. The

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Telestroke ROI Case Study

Learn How to Drive Telestroke ROI REACH Health has developed this Telestroke ROI Case Study to provide a fact-based and quantifiable framework for evaluating the ROI potential of a telestroke program. The case study is based on a telestroke program that continues to thrive and expand, both in terms of geography and services offered today. Download Case Study   The network includes a Comprehensive Stroke Center as the hub and ten

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2016 Telemedicine Survey Results, Analysis and Expert Insights

Broadcast Date: Wednesday, June 8, 2016 View Recording This on-demand webinar offers insights from the 2016 Telemedicine Industry Benchmark Survey report’s co-author and two experts in Healthcare law and regulatory issues. The panel reviewed important takeaways and key findings from the 2016 telemedicine survey and discussed current telemedicine trends identified in the survey. Attendees were primarily approaching telemedicine with a

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Healthcare Technology Veteran Gary Christian Joins REACH Health

New Chief Operating Officer Brings Record of High-Profit Growth with Healthcare Software Companies REACH Health, the telemedicine software company, today announced that Gary Christian has joined the senior executive team as chief operating officer, responsible for operations and finance. Mr. Christian brings deep operational and financial experience to the company, with a long track record of success in the healthcare software and technology

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Improving the Continuum of Stroke Care – A Practical Model for Post-​Acute Treatment

Broadcast Date: April 12, 2016 View Recording A 2010 study found that two-thirds of acute stroke patients are readmitted within one year. A more recent study in 2015 determined that 65% of acute stroke patients under age 65 are discharged without post-acute services. Today, stroke is the most costly condition in CMS for post-acute management yet no stroke performance indicators exist for the processes of care after hospital discharge.

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Telemedicine a Growing Priority for Hospitals and Health Systems

Second annual survey examines telemedicine priorities, success factors, challenges ATLANTA – March 29, 2016 – Telemedicine continues evolving from a specialty-centric offering to a mainstream service, according to the results from the REACH Health 2016 U.S. Telemedicine Industry Benchmark Survey. Roughly two-thirds of respondents indicated that telemedicine was the top priority or one of the highest priorities for their healthcare

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Executive Summary of Telemedicine Industry Survey Findings

During late November and December 2015, REACH Health conducted the 2016 U.S. Telemedicine Industry Benchmark Survey among healthcare executives, physicians, nurses and other professionals throughout the United States. Three hundred ninety (390) individuals participated in the survey, which represents a 67% increase from the 2015 survey. Participants provided input related to their priorities, objectives and challenges, telemedicine

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