ABOUT TELE- NEUROLOGY & TELE-STROKE
- Cover inpatient neurology
- Respond to stroke calls
- Administer tPA
- Read EKGs
- Communicate with patients and family members
Improve clinical outcomes while decreasing the costs of care per patient
Our easily accessible advanced technology allows your physicians to perform more effectively
Fill your specialist shortages and regular scheduling gaps with licensed physicians who desire a permanent position
The total cost of adding RemoteICU is comparable to hiring a new physician locally
With 24/7 accessibility, RemoteICU physicians maintain uninterrupted monitoring of patients to provide improved treatment
Our physician specialists will cover your hard to fill night, weekend and holiday shifts
Improved work conditions decrease the burden on your in-house team and increase staff satisfaction and retention
Staff your hospital unit with our qualified specialists to meet the Leapfrog Physician Staffing Standard
How we Work
You and our RemoteICU Medical Director will discuss your clinical needs in full detail.
RemoteICU will send a proposal to help address your coverage needs.
Your hospital can begin interviewing RemoteICU physicians without delay. RemoteICU will then credential physicians to permit them to become permanent members of your hospital staff.
RemoteICU’s IT specialists will coordinate with your hospital’s IT team and oversee all the arrangements.
Due to a rapid and simultaneous process, RemoteICU physicians will be able to perform their first shift within the soonest possible time frame.
Yes. Studies have shown that addressing chronic and increasing shortages in specialist physician coverage enables enhanced performance and helps improve patient outcomes.
A Large Hospital With One Individual Hospital in Need of ICU Coverage
A single hospital with a small intensive care unit (7 beds) was compelled to transfer out many of their acute patients because they did not have a physician who was qualified to manage complicated acute cases, including mechanically ventilated patients. As a result, most of the patients requiring ICU level of care were being transferred to a distant hospital to receive ICU care. RemoteICU was brought in to manage these critically ill patients. This has enabled the hospital to keep the vast majority of these patients thereby improving the continuity of care and retaining more of the revenues that these patients generate.
We provide hospitals with Tele-ICU shifts, for existing and new Virtual ICUsView Service
Our Internal Medicine telehospitalists cover the smallest to the largest hospitalsView Service
Our teleneurologists perform general neurology, in addition to tPA administration for stroke via TeleStrokeView Service
Our telemedicine coverage is replicated and performed for all inpatient or outpatient specialtiesView Service
September 13, 2021
Today, rules and regulations are in place in most industries in an effort to ensure that best practices and safety standards are followed.
May 1, 2021
Over the last decade, there has been significant growth in TeleICU.
February 24, 2021
What role did tele-ICU play in meeting the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic
April 3, 2021
Tele-hospitalists can contribute by filling gaps, taking over burdensome administrative tasks, and improving patient outcomes and patients’ experiences.