Lake Oconee, GA, March 16, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Dr. Matthews Gwynn, Partner, AcuteCare Telemedicine (ACT) spoke during the 2012 Georgia Partnership for Telehealth (GPT) Conference at the Ritz-Carlton, Reynolds Plantation in Lake Oconee, GA on Thursday, March 15th. The annual conference brought together physicians, nurses, and other industry figures to address a wide variety of topics related to telehealth, including recent innovations, advocacy and education, policies and regulations, and case studies.
Dr. Gwynn discussed the potential of teleneurology in this decade. ACT is a leader in teleneurology services, dedicated to bringing high quality neurological care to underserved areas through the use of telemedicine technologies.
“Significant advances in technology are presently writing the next chapter of medical history. As futurists who see the possibilities and value of telemedicine, specifically teleneurology, ACT is truly on the forefront of this movement,” said Gwynn. “The GPT Conference is a fantastic opportunity to exchange knowledge with other industry leaders who share the same vision. Events such as this move us closer to a future where patients have access to the best possible care, regardless of their location.”
More information about GPT and the 2012 Conference can be accessed at http://www.gatelehealth.org/index.php/2011-conference/2012-conference/.
About AcuteCare Telemedicine
Founded in 2009, AcuteCare Telemedicine is a limited liability corporation advancing the opportunity for healthcare institutions to gain access to highly-respected, expert neurologists and telemedicine technologies. AcuteCare offers a range of services including first-rate neurological emergency response care with around-the-clock support and hospital accreditation education. AcuteCare primarily provides remote emergency neurology consultation which fills staffing needs and reduces the costs associated with 24/7 neurologist availability. As a result, healthcare institutions provide full service emergency neurology care and can earn Joint Commission Certification as a Primary Stroke Center.