Dr. Arun Sherma Explains “The Value of a Neurology Teleconsultation”

With the nation facing a shortage of physicians, remote neurology teleconsultation is critical to providing the appropriate diagnosis and treatment plan for patients in communities without access to neurologists.

“There is not enough of us to provide care for every patient for every hospital in the country,” says Dr. Sherma, Neurologist and Neurology Telemedicine Provider. “With this kind of service, I am available for your hospital system at anytime, when you need it. This saves cost, as you don’t have to transfer patients. I’m available at any time so patient care improves.”

Hear Dr. Sherma answer a variety of questions about neurology teleconsultation, including:

  • How do hospitals and staff benefit from having TeleNeurology expertise available?
  • How do you interact with onsite staff members?
  • How do you diagnose a patient using telemedicine? How long does it take to diagnose a patient?
  • How do you use the technology to perform the exam?
  • How do neurology teleconsultation benefit patients?
Neurology Teleconsultation

Neurology Teleconsultation


Neurology Teleconsultation Improves Door-to-Needle Time for Stroke Patients

HSHS St. Nicholas turns to Eagle for telemedicine to implement a TeleStroke program that will improve patient access to specialist care and provide work-life balance for onsite staff. In this case study, we review how neurology telemedicine can improve care and the financial outlook for hospitals across the county.

HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital is a 185-bed nonprofit community hospital associated with the Eastern Wisconsin Division of Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS). Located in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, the hospital treated its first patient in 1890.

TeleCardiologists: 5 Conditions Requiring On-Going Treatment

With access to TeleCardiologists, a patients across the country suffering from ongoing heart conditions can receive a consultation from a specialists in the Emergency Room, on inpatient floors and outpatient clinics.

Heart disease is an epidemic that has not abated, given the obesity and diabetes prevalence in an aging population. The American College of Cardiology estimates a 128%  increase in deaths from heart disease by 2050, which represents a critical need that TeleCardiology can help meet.

The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated this trend, as many “long-haul” patients have been found to have serious heart issues. Even those with milder symptoms have developed arrhythmias that must be monitored long-term.

TeleCardiologists: 5 Conditions They Diagnose and Treat

TeleCardiologists: 5 Conditions They Diagnose and Treat

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