Atlanta, GA, April 14, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- AcuteCare Telemedicine (ACT) announces its newly released Comprehensive Service Presentation video. Produced in conjunction with Atlanta-based FUGO Studios, the video offers an overview of ACT’s services and the value of teleneurology to hospitals and other medical facilities in underserved areas.
The reel offers a thorough description of the advantages that ACT offers, including telestroke, a revolutionary practice utilizing remote presence technologies to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of acute stroke patients. This technology enables rural hospitals to have access to highly respected, leading neurologists like the four partners of ACT, and fulfill requirements to gain certification as a Primary Stroke Center, all with lower associated costs than traditional hiring of neurological staff.
The partners of ACT hope the video will garner increased visibility among hospital administrators and other healthcare officials, as well as provide useful information for other healthcare professionals with questions about how telemedicine can serve as a better solution for them.
“ACT’s services are extremely beneficial to hospitals lacking the expertise or the financial resources to provide top-notch neurological care in a timely manner,” comments Dr. Keith Sanders, Partner, ACT. “This presentation is an excellent tool to helps us reach potential client hospitals facing these obstacles, conveying our message in the form of a complete, concise, and compelling video.”
The full video is available for viewing in the ‘Media’ section of the ACT Press Room at http://acutecaretelemed.com/press.php.
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.