Leveraging telemedicine to save time and improve patient outcomes for stroke victims.
The telemedicine network at Abington Memorial Hospital (AMH), a tertiary-care medical center in Philadelphia’s Montgomery County suburbs, improves stroke patients’ chances of survival by providing remote access to sub-specialists in neurological diagnosis and treatment. For patients and their families, this speed and accuracy can sometimes mean the difference between full recoveries or debilitating outcomes.
In this white paper, readers will learn:
- How Abington created a "one-call" service line to extend their reach with affiliated and non-affiliated community hospitals
- How Futura Mobility re-design a new customized telemedicine workstation, improving quality while reducing costs
- How Futura and Abington partnered to on-board participating hospitals and integrated the technology into the hospitals infrastructure
- Additional uses for telemedicine outside of the Abington application
To download the white paper, please complete the form to the right.