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  |   July 6, 2018

Acute Care Telemedicine: What Is It and Why Is It Necessary?

Remote healthcare has become a normal way of life for many Americans. With new offerings by insurance plans and employers, direct-to-consumer telemedicine continues to gain favor as a time-efficient and cost-effective alternative to a drive to the doctor’s office in situations such as primary care, urgent care or follow-up visits, and even the management of […]

  |   June 29, 2018

People, Process and Product: Building Innovative Telemedicine Te...

Sean Banerjee, Chief Technology Officer at SOC Telemed (SOC), is a technologist and a healthcare product simplification evangelist with more than 20 years of IT leadership experience in leading large IT software engineering shops in multiple successful healthcare tech startups and growth ventures. He explains the three aspects of leading high-performance and innovative development teams: […]

  |   June 26, 2018

How Should CEOs Evaluate New Service Lines for Telemedicine?

TeleNeurology as a Model for Telemedicine Growth—Part 2 Many hospitals have established a successful telemedicine model with teleNeurology and teleStroke. The next logical step is to add additional specialties to expand access to care. But, which ones? How should CEOs evaluate new service lines for telemedicine? It starts with a holistic view of the care […]

  |   June 14, 2018

TeleNeurology as a Model for Telemedicine Growth: Part 1

Emergency teleNeurology and teleStroke care—the virtual delivery of stroke and emergency neurology specialists to the patient’s bedside using videoconferencing technology—has grown in magnitude, impact and validation. Earlier in the decade only a few hundred patients each year were connected to specialists by video conferencing; in 2018 literally thousands of patients will have a distant specialty […]