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Billings Clinic expands overnight stroke care through telemedicine partnership

Billings (Mont.) Clinic partnered with Blue Sky Telehealth, a neurological virtual care company, to provide neurology and stroke care during the hospital's overnight hours, theBillings Gazette reports.

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Hospitals and health systems across the U.S. have developed telehealth strategies to connect with patients in remote locations. This has become especially important during the pandemic.

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Inside a Gym for Your Mind

Brain gyms, mindfulness gyms or wellness gyms — regardless of the name, the concept is the same. Just like you’d go to a physical gym to take a cardio class or exercise your body, here you exercise your mind. They’re popping up nationally and internationally. Different businesses' concepts vary. Some places offer flotation therapy, sound baths or meditation. Watch Dr. Ira Chang discuss this more in the video below or read more here.

Telemedicine Can Save Lives In Rural Areas, But It's Still Hard To Get

Sundance, Wyoming, is small — less than 1,300 people live here. Francis Mackey says she loves its size. But for the majority of her health care, Mackey drives into South Dakota. She says she was lucky to be at a regional hospital for an appointment for her daughter in September 2018 when she suffered a stroke. Read the full publication here.


Blue Sky Telehealth Helps Speed Up Diagnoses for Emergency Rooms

The future of specialized care is here and it is leading to quicker life-saving diagnoses. Read about a 38-year-old father who was able to receive a remote assessment, which helped prevent him from having a stroke, in The Denver Channel's May 20th, 2019, publication here.


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Blue Sky Telehealth Wins Awards at Annual InTouch Telehealth Innovation Forum

undefinedCongratulations to our team for winning 2 telehealth awards at the InTouch conference this week! Our very own Dr Fanale was a speaker at the forum with his presentation, entitled The Doctor Will See You Now: Expanding Capacity with Virtual Resources

Blue Sky Telehealth is very excited about this recognition, and we look forward to continuing to grow and provide great service.

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MGMA Case Study: Blue Sky Telehealth


Blue Sky Neurology was featured in this year's Telehealth Adoption & Best Practices published by MGMA on March 13, 2018.

Click Here to read how Blue Sky Telehealth is benefiting facilities large and small.

How a CT-Direct Protocol at an American Comprehensive Stroke enter Led to Door-to-Needle Times Less Than 30 Minutes.

CT Scan of Ischemic StrokeIntravenous tissue plasminogen activator (IV tPA) efficacy, following acute ischemic stroke (AIS) is contingent on expeditious administration. In 2014, a study involving computed tomography-Direct protocol to increase efficiency when evaluating suspected patients with AIS, was conducted by Lisa M. Caputo, MA, Judd Jensen, MD, Michelle Whaley, MSN, Mark J. Kozlowski, MD, FACEP, Christopher V. Fanale, MD,Jeffrey C. Wagner, MD, Alessandro Orlando, MPH, and David Bar-Or, MD.

The goals of the study were to "describe the protocol development and implementation process, and to compare DTN (door to needle) times and symptomatic intracranial hemorrhage (sICH) rates before and after protocol implementation." The results derived from the study indicate that implementing a protocol, which streamlines the processing for patients suspected of having AIS, dramatically lessened DTN time without having a detrimental impact on patient safety.

Telemedicine Quality and Outcomes in Stroke: A Scientific Statement for Healthcare Professionals From the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association

undefinedTelestroke is one of the most frequently used and rapidly expanding applications of telemedicine, delivering much-needed stroke expertise to hospitals and patients. This document reviews the current status of telestroke and suggests measures for ongoing quality and outcome monitoring to improve performance and to enhance delivery of care.

Blue Sky Neurologist Uses Telemedicine Technology to Bring Increased Access to Patients


A Blue Sky Tele-neurologist can work with multiple hospitals across the country on a daily basis. They provide assessments, diagnose, and prescribe care using telemedicine technology. This allows for increased access for the patient to specialized neurologists where previously they had little or no access these specialists.

Blue Sky Teleneurology Saves Lives Remotely


Blue Sky Teleneurologist, Rod Spencer, MD, talks about saving the lives of stroke patients at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital in Pueblo from 100 miles away using remote technology.

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