GD Develops Emergency Telehealth Study
The study will analyze survey information on several areas of telehealth use and adoption from both telehealth users and non-users in emergency care settings.
RIDGEFIELD, NJ – February 16, 2022: GD’s new Emergency Telehealth Study survey is open for participants from February 10, 2022 until March 10, 2022. The company is seeking participants who use telehealth solutions, as well as those who do not.
The Emergency Telehealth survey is intended to gather information on:
- The types of telehealth solutions being used in emergency healthcare settings
- The team members who benefit from telehealth
- Positive impact telehealth has on Emergency Care teams
- Challenges faced while implementing telehealth across teams
- The needs of those who want to implement telehealth but have not been able to
- What is needed to create telehealth solutions that improve the health and well-being of the public while making healthcare teams’ work easier, more efficient and less expensive
Depending on whether or not they currently use telehealth solutions, participants can expect to answer survey questions like:
- What have been the benefits and ROI seen after implementing telehealth?
- What are the challenges of implementing telehealth?
- What types of telehealth platforms are used by your organization?
- What has stopped your organization from implementing telehealth?
All study participants are automatically entered into a raffle to win an Amazon gift card. The first name drawn after the study closes will receive a $100 gift card and the second name drawn will receive a $50 gift card. Winners will be emailed their virtual gift cards on Friday, March 11th.
GD’s cutting-edge products, including the all-in-one telehealth solutions e-Bridge, CAREpoint Workstation and the new CAREpoint 3, and D-Scribe, aim to improve team efficiency while reducing medical error and cost. GD has decades of experience working with first responders and hospitals to build their own easy-to-navigate templates for these solutions, including interface, alerts, buttons, workflow, and authorized participants.
Participate in the Emergency Telehealth Study and visit general-devices.com to learn more about GD’s telehealth innovations for EMS and fire first responders, hospitals, and Mobile Integrated Healthcare.
ABOUT GD (General Devices)
GD is a NJ-based Med-Tech company specializing in mobile telemedicine and telehealth solutions that help EMS and fire first responders, hospitals and MIH/CP deliver smarter, expedient patient care. Powered by responsive innovation, GD’s user-friendly solutions facilitate secure, mobile communications and rapid data sharing across acute and non-acute care teams to help save time, money and lives. Backed by a 40+ year history and thousands of implementations, GD is a widely revered industry leader.