April 1, 2020 | Katie Cherry, Director of Credentialing and Licensing

For Tele-ID, Doctor-Patient Communication Is Just as Important as Lab Results

Remote Physicians Deliver Infectious Disease A Mayo Clinic study demonstrating telehealth’s value to rural hospitals was of interest, but it only tells part of the story.

March 22, 2020 | Jason Povio, Sr. VP of Operations

ID Telemedicine Keeps Hospitals Performing at Times of Crisis

Infectious DiseaseDr. Rania Saleh, an ID specialist with Eagle, says the advantage of having a Tele-ID program is that the medical staff is already well attuned to infection control best practices.

March 22, 2020 | Jason Povio, Sr. VP of Operations

CASE STUDY: HUSTCHINSON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

Eagle’s Tele-ICU and TelePulmonology Programs Ease Staffing Concerns

BenefitsReduced need for patient transfer

BenefitsConsistent care despite staffing changes

BenefitsSupport for onsite clinical team.

March 15, 2020 | Talbot “Mac” McCormick, CEO

With more than 5 million patients treated in ICUs each year and the increasing shortage of qualified ICU intensivists, our telemedicine program offers help to hospitals.

Why use Telemedicine in the ICU

Eagle can help with ID, Pulmonology, Hospitalist coverage as well as other specialties.

As you execute your emergency response, Eagle providers are stepping up to offer additional support, in multiple specialties including:

Eagle physicians have the unique ability to provide care for patients without increasing the risk of transmission.

 

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COVID-19 is having a major impact on hospitals across the country.

Eagle physicians have the unique ability to provide care for patients without increasing the risk of transmission.

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