Telemedicine stroke care focuses on acute care when time means preserving the patient’s brain function. Eagle TeleNeurologists have an impressive track record of improving hospital metrics through TeleStroke programs:

  • An average response time of 3.5 minutes
  • An average TeleStroke diagnosis and treatment time of less than forty minutes

We offer a top-notch stroke telehealth services that can make even the most remote hospital a center for quality neurological care. For non-emergent neurology patients, Eagle offers TeleNeurology services.

TeleStroke Services: When Time Matters, Patients Can't Wait

Stroke Telehealth

TeleStroke Program Improves Door-to-Needle Time

Telestroke Program

St. Nicholas launched its telehealth for stroke patients program in early 2016, bringing in Eagle TeleNeurologists to share responsibilities with the local neurologist. The TeleNeurologists work with the clinical team in the ED via videoconferencing technology whenever a patient presents with stroke symptoms.

TeleStroke Reduces Patient Transfers by 50%

Stroke specialists support care in rural community

The hospital contacted Eagle about adding a stroke telemedicine program since they had long-term success with Eagle’s TeleHospitalists providing night coverage. “There was already a working relationship with Eagle here, so TeleStroke evolved naturally,” said the hospital’s director of inpatient services.

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Telemedicine Stroke Care