In short, everyone benefits from telehealth solutions. To be more specific, let’s focus on a certain economic, geographic and societal area that has been making major headway with telehealth advancements– the healthcare industry.
- Emergency Director: Focusing on process improvement has never been simpler, or more efficient with technology that allows you to create configurable workflows in order to engage the right team members at the right times; as well as have your specific documents available when appropriate. All medical cases and details are recorded, timestamped and securely saved for access later.
- Paramedic: Send instant notifications within your team and to your Emergency Department for earlier patient preparation. With digital forms to help avoid illegible handwritings from a moving rig, and down to the second GPS tracking for arrival, the Emergency Department will be ready for all incoming cases prior to arrival.
- EMS Liaison/ Coordinator: Consolidate and standardize all your data into one place for quality and assurance. From easier call handling, call recording playback and alerts/messaging to configurable reporting on the data you want, have everything you need to enhance patient care in one smart and secure platform.
- EMS Medical Director: Establish and maintain your protocols, while consistently making needed improvements. Document, record and timestamp all pre-hospital and hospital communications, review data for treatment response times and create and monitor custom reports all in one platform.
- Quality and Improvement Manager: Streamline, document and time-stamp all prehospital and hospital communications which allow you to consolidate all data for reports and program evaluations.
- STEMI Coordinator: Streamline data transfers with secure messaging and alerts to team members with configurable workflows to follow standard program protocols.
- Information Technology (IT): Ensure a secure data flow in your healthcare organization with a platform that sends secure messaging and alerts throughout teams, auto-wipes patient information from team phones when a case is closed and stores all data in the hospital’s central server for later review by approved admins.
- Neurologist: Save costs and improve team communications by reducing false lab activations with documented stroke assessment data and video during transit, team notifications of incoming patients and performance measuring reports and data to identify operational gaps.
- CXO: Improve patient care for your healthcare organization as well as save money, mitigate risk and eliminate redundancies through improved communications, secure documentation and case management.
- Telehealth Coordinator: An all-in-one telehealth solution can take all aspects of this position and standardize/ consolidate it. Completely configurable, easy to use, elimination of duplicate data and quality assurance are only some of the features that will allow your organization to see benefits of cost savings and improved care.
These are only some of the users that can experience benefits from an all-in-one telehealth solution, like the GD Telehealth Solutions. For more information on Telehealth users let’s set up a conversation.
About GD Telehealth Solutions
Where communications and data is important, GD has created Responsive Innovations including the GD CAREpoint Workstation used by hospital emergency departments to manage all EMS-hospital communications on a single interoperable, easy-to-use device and GD e-Bridge Mobile Telemedicine, a HIPAA compliant feature rich app that enables consistencies through positive communications between EMS, hospital teams and MIH/CP through secure sharing of data, pictures, audio, live video, telemetry and more.