Implementing Emergency Telehealth for Pre-Hospital Communication
RIDGEFIELD, NJ – June 15, 2022: GD, a medical technology company, has recently released their newest whitepaper “Emergency Telehealth Study: Implementing Emergency Telehealth for Pre-Hospital Communication”.
This whitepaper reviews the key takeaways found in the study, which include:
- Telehealth Use Cases by the Numbers
- Benefits of Implementing Telehealth with EMS First Responders
- Challenges of Implementing Telehealth with EMS First Responders
- Keys to Implementing Telehealth for Pre-Hospital Communications
The study analyzed survey information on telehealth use and adoption from telehealth users and non-users in emergency care settings. The information gathered proved the value of using telehealth in pre-hospital communication. EMS, ED Physicians, ED Nurses, Cardiologists, Neurologists and EMS Coordinators were the most common respondents to the study. Their input provided genuine information on the success of telehealth for pre-hospital communications within healthcare organizations across the United States. Along with the benefits and challenges upon implementation of telehealth, the whitepaper also highlights actionable best practices to successfully implement GD’s telehealth solutions within EMS and Hospital organizations.
To read more results from our Emergency Telehealth Study, download our whitepaper.
About GD (General Devices)
GD is a Med-tech company specializing in communications, mobile telemedicine and telehealth solutions that help EMS, fire and MIH-CP first responders and hospitals, and deliver smarter, expedient patient care. Powered by responsive innovation, GD’s user-friendly solutions facilitate rapid, secure, voice and data communications sharing across 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. Visit https://general-devices.com/ to learn more.