Bridge Community and Regional Healthcare Teams, Streamline Patient Care
How can a unified, configurable telehealth system enable all healthcare teams in your region to work how they need to, together?
To save critical time, improve metrics and assure the best possible patient outcomes, emergency medical services, mobile integrated healthcare, hospital emergency departments and other entities need solutions to keep all teams, facilities and communities on the same page.
Without the proper communication tools, it can be difficult to develop protocols across communities and facilities. As a result, time-to-treatment and transfer approvals can be slower, patient handoff can be chaotic, documents and data may not be shared and emergency departments can become overcrowded with high readmission rates.
Fast, secure mobile telehealth and team communications with data sharing and live ETA enables lifesaving preparation before the patient even arrives.
Handle every situation in your region with all-in-one telehealth solutions
The highly configurable e-Bridge and D-Scribe X support any healthcare team, anytime, anywhere. Each of these solutions applies to emergency and non-emergency situations.
Patient transfers, handoffs and time-to-treatment are quicker and more efficient with group and targeted alert options, automatic logging and recording of call activity from first medical contact, and geo-mapping of EMS arrival time. Workflows across teams and locations are streamlined and consolidated—leading to cost savings—as all providers in the region can share data in a HIPAA-secure and standardized way.
By implementing EMS communications and telehealth solutions regionally to serve a wider population, organizations work together to reduce unnecessary readmissions and provide appropriate care at the right location.
Oakland County Medical Control Authority enhances pre-hospital communication by replacing their radio system with the e-Bridge Communication Platform, launching them into the future of telehealth. The quality of communication between EMS and hospital teams can make all the difference in patient outcomes. Learn more in this Case Study.
- Expands access to healthcare for patients in rural communities
- Saves money and time by providing quality patient care that reduces unnecessary transports to the ED
- Improves continuity of care, in some cases, for patients who would otherwise see an ED doctor and have a follow-up with a different doctor
- Reduces ED crowding and lowers hospital readmissions by providing preventative services for medically underserved communities
By using advanced communications, healthcare facilities across the U.S. have experienced:
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