ATLANTA, March 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S. healthcare providers are increasingly leveraging a centrally managed (i.e.,
"Not only are enterprise telemedicine programs becoming more common – they are markedly more successful," said Steve McGraw, President and CEO of REACH Health. "When we correlated these approaches with participants' achievements, we found that organizations taking an enterprise approach are 30 percent more likely to be highly successful than organizations with a departmental approach."
The survey revealed key findings about a wide variety of telemedicine topics:
Survey respondents also identified other key insights about their telemedicine programs, including their primary contributors to return on investment (ROI), desirable technology features, key objectives and more. More than 400 healthcare executives, physicians, nurses and other professionals participated. Complimentary copies of the full survey report may be downloaded at: https://reachhealth.com/resources/telemedicine-industry-survey/.
About REACH HealthREACH Health provides enterprise telemedicine systems for multiple specialties and settings of care, all supported on a common software platform. The REACH 5.0 platform is recognized for fostering collaboration between bedside clinicians and remote specialists through shared clinical workflows. The system is highly configurable, enabling physicians to tailor each consultation based on personal preferences and specialty-specific exams, clinical scales and patient data.
REACH Health pioneered one of the nation's first telestroke programs and continues to lead the innovation of data-driven, guidelines-based telemedicine. Today, many of the nation's most successful telemedicine programs – including Augusta University Health, Penn State Health, MUSC, BIDMC, Temple University Hospital, and Navicent Health – rely on REACH to achieve measurable improvements in their clinical, operational and financial performance. For more information, please visit www.reachhealth.com.
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