Find Out How Much Telemedicine Revenue to Expect at Your Hospital

Use our Telemedicine Revenue Retention calculator to see how much additional revenue and Return-on-Investment (ROI) you can achieve with Eagle Telemedicine. Eagle understands that justifying the investment can be a challenging task, but it doesn’t have to be. Eagle’s telemedicine programs are designed to improve the measures that affect our partner hospitals’ ROI, and with this unique tool, you can begin to find out which specialties will make the biggest revenue impact for your hospital, the first step in any ROI. Financial benefits of Eagle’s telemedicine programs include:

Why use telemedicine in the ICU

  • Reducing transfers
  • Lower turnover and less physician burnout

Telemedicine Cost Savings

  • Eliminating locum support costs
  • Cost Efficiencies through economies of scale

Patient Satisfaction

  • Patient Satisfaction
  • Reduced length of stay






Here’s an example:

A hospital located in the Midwest has an average daily census of 35 patients. The hospital has a hospitalist and NP during the day and utilizes call coverage at night. In using the call coverage at night, the hospital is experiencing fatigue on behalf of both the hospitalists and NPs and fears retention of these providers may be an issue and may be missing some night admissions. The hospital also has no full-time cardiologist on staff and given the nature of the patient population has to transfer almost all of the cardiology consults to another facility. In addition, with an aging patient population, the hospital would like the opportunity to start a stroke program and keep some of these patients local and in-house. What would be the telemedicine revenue? FInd out so you can start calculating the ROI for your hospital and patients?

Potential revenue elements:

  1. General medical patient retention
  2. Low acuity cardiology patient consultations
  3. General non-TPA patient retention

Use your telemedicine revenue retention calculation to find out incremental hospital revenue from having TeleNocturninst, TeleCardiology and Telestroke.

  1. For the TeleNocturnist service, you determine that you had roughly 50 ED transfers last year mainly as a result of not having call coverage at night to properly assess the patient and keep patients in-house
  2. For TeleStroke coverage, you calculate you transferred approximately 3 patients a month or 36 for the year to other hospitals for stroke related symptoms
  3. In evaluating Cardiology, you estimate the hospital transferred about 110 patients given that cardiology specialties were not available

Based on these figures, your first step in calculating ROI shows revenue retention of approximately $598,900. A substantial amount for any hospital.

Would you like to learn more about telemedicine & how it impacts your hospital’s bottom line? Register for our webinar:

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* Values are representative and based on blended DRGs.

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