Teleneurology Services for Your Facility

Your patients deserve the best neurological care, and our teleneurologists can help deliver that care through in-house telemedicine solutions.

Neurologists Shortage – A Looming Threat

With an aging population, the number of patients that require neurological care has increased significantly. There are more people suffering from neurological issues like Dementia, Parkinson’s Disease, and Stroke, among others, than ever. Demand for neurologists is on the rise, and the gap between available neurologists and the demand will only increase. In fact, neurology might be the most affected specialty. And a revolution in neurology is required to ensure people with neurological issues get the care they deserve.

Teleneurology – The Solution

Telemedicine has been around for quite some time. But it got its due recognition during the Covid-19 pandemic. Health providers and the general audience, both accept it as a viable care delivery option.

NeuroX has combined telemedicine with neurology to provide neurological care to anyone who needs it. Our teleneurology services can be divided into three sections.

  • Acute Neurology Care
  • Post-Acute Care
  • Chronic Care

In chronic care, we serve patients, remotely, and help them live better lives. Our teleneurologists offer timely virtual consultations at the most affordable rates.

We care for patients with:

  • Epilepsy
  • Seizures
  • Dementia
  • Stroke
  • Migraine
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Myasthenia Gravis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Peripheral Neuropathy

Teleneurology Services for Hospitals

Your hospital deserves the best teleneurology services to care for patients as effectively as possible.

Telestroke programs

NeuroX helps facilities establish telestroke programs at their locations. This includes providing them with telemedicine hardware, telemedicine software, and the services of our teleneurologists. Our program helps reduce door-to-needle time and save lives.

Increased neurological coverage

Your hospital can handle more neurological patients with our teleneurology services.

Improved care

Hospitals can provide better care to post-acute patients, and ensure there are fewer transfers and healthier patients.

Quality follow-ups

Even after your chronic patients are discharged, they can get follow-ups from board-certified neurologists without any hassle.

What Is Teleneurology and How Is It Different from Telemedicine?

Telemedicine is a broader term dealing with virtual care delivery. Patients and physicians connect through a telemedicine portal that enables care delivery, without physical interaction. Telemedicine covers all specialties, and when we discuss neurology, it is called teleneurology.

Teleneurology reduces wait times and improves patient care. One application of teleneurology is TeleLocum services. Our teleneurologists are available to provide their expertise to any facility that needs it, whether it be due to specialist shortage, high demand for services, or a combination of both.

Our specialists provide their services remotely, as long as the facility requires them. TeleLocums help fill the position of permanent neurologists and make better care delivery easy for the facility. In TeleLocum services, our teleneurologists utilize the telemedicine technology of the facility. However, in a Telestroke program, we provide facilities with telemedicine technology including hardware and software, in addition to our neurologists’ services.

NeuroX Teleneurology Services Breakdown

NeuroX is working to increase the number of teleneurology services we offer and help as many patients as possible.

Inpatient Rounding

Our teleneurologists are available for virtual rounds, ensuring your facility’s post-acute care patients get the care they deserve without any delays. In case of emergency, our teleneurologists are just a click away to help the on-ground staff handle the situation and ensure patients stay well.

Chronic Care

Many neurological disorders are chronic in nature, and continuous care is required to mitigate the symptoms as much as possible. Our teleneurology services cover many of the chronic neuro issues, as mentioned above. We have specialists for each disease who are trained to provide great consultations virtually.

Acute Care

Emergencies can happen at any time, including a stroke. But many facilities don’t have the right specialists available to help stroke patients on time. For such facilities, NeuroX offers its Telestroke programs. Our teleneurologists connect with the ED staff within minutes, when a stroke patient is brought in, and help save as many lives as possible.

Teleneurology Services & The Areas of Applications

Remote Clinics & Rural Hospitals

Neurology is probably the most understaffed specialty in remote facilities. One of the reasons is that the older neurologists are retiring while younger specialists prefer to practice in big cities. Here, our teleneurologists can fill the gap, enabling better neurological care – even in remote areas. 

Experienced Neurologists

Even in big cities, there is a shortage of experienced neurologists. It is quite impossible for experienced neurologists to be at every facility. Teleneurology solves this issue by empowering neurologists to provide a consult remotely, without having to be physically present. This means facilities have access to talent without physical hurdles.

Work Balance

Our teleneurologists not only bring experience to any facility but also help neurologists at that facility avoid burnout. With constant pressure to deliver quality care, at such high frequency, it is only natural that many neurologists complain about burnout. NeuroX teleneurologists can handle the extra load so your specialists can keep providing the best care possible.

Our flexible teleneurology services can fit your facility’s requirements for better patient outcomes and satisfied clinical staff.

Reach out to our teleneurology team and discuss what your facility needs from them.

 

Our flexible teleneurology services can fit your facility's requirements. Reach out to share your requirements.

    By clicking “Submit” I agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.