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Telehealth Success Stories from 2021

In our last blog, Lessons Learned from Telehealth in 2021, we discussed how telehealth and telemedicine drove innovation in EMS-Hospital communication, consultation, and collaboration between healthcare provide...

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Lessons Learned from Telehealth in 2021

What EMS, Hospitals and Mobile Integrated Healthcare Can Expect with Telehealth in 2022 through the lessons learned in 2021. Telehealth represents one of the biggest shifts in the healthcare industry. I...

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Telehealth Solutions for Improving Acute Patient Outcomes in Stroke, STEMI, and Trauma Care

Learn more about reducing the time-to-treatment gap with GD’s telehealth solutions in our Improving Acute Patient Outcomes eBook Patients suffering from a sudden stroke, an ST-Elevation myocardial infa...

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Understanding Telehealth in Acute Care: A Panelist Discussion

On November 16, General Devices hosted a panel discussion with leaders from EMS as well as hospital and community health care organizations about the value in understanding telehealth in acute care. In particul...

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Integrated Communication in Acute EMS Treatment: Telehealth for Pre-Hospital Acute Care

When a 911 call is placed for a medical emergency, the typical process involves dispatching EMS to the scene where initial EMS treatment takes place. Responders make their assessment, determine severity, and di...

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Skipping the ED: How Reducing the Time-to-Treatment Gap Improves Patient Outcomes in Stroke, STEMI, and Trauma Care

When someone experiences serious health complications outside of hospital care, it’s critical that they get medical help as quickly as possible. This is vital for patients who suffer a sudden stroke, an ST-Elev...

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eBook: How To Choose A Mobile Telemedicine and Notification Solution

Healthcare is evolving, and technologies are “disruptive” drivers, ironically technology is often the easy part. What is difficult is the people component of implementing technology and process chan...