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NHS East of England reduces stroke mimic admissions by 87% and more than halves consultation times
Download our case study to discover how Ipswich Hospital in the NHS East of England region is using complementary technologies Visionable and Brainomix to deliver complete solutions for stroke.
NExT institute uses Visionable to facilitate online classroom-to-classroom collaboration
The NExT (New connections between Experiment and Theory) institute aims to further the goals of Particle Physics through the fostering and promotion of interactions between theory and experiment in an inter-disciplinary and multi-sited environment.
East of England celebrates ten-years of better stroke care with Visionable
The East of England Stroke Telemedicine Partnership has been delivering consultant expertise to the bedside of stroke patients for a decade and has a lot to teach NHS services looking to implement remote services post-Covid.
Improving patient outcomes using video appointments
In 2018, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust received start-up funding from the Health System Led Investment Fund to deliver video appointments. After a detailed procurement process, Visionable were selected as a suitable supplier.
Paramedic Stroke Mimic Telemedicine Project
The Paramedic Stroke Mimic Telemedicine Project was initially established to explore the use of videoconferencing technology to support registered paramedics from the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) in their pre-hospital assessment of suspected stroke mimic patients.
Virtual stroke diagnosis and treatment
In the United Kingdom, stroke care accounts for 3-5% of all healthcare spending, and acute stroke is the third leading cause of years of life lost and disability-adjusted life years. While the severity of stroke varies from person to person, when stroke patients receive timely diagnoses…
Better Clinical Decisions Through Innovative Communication
North West London Cancer Network (NWLCN) hospitals treat thousands of patients each year, across a variety of cancer pathways – including head and neck, breast, urology and lung cancer. Throughout the 10 hospitals in the network, clinicians regularly gather in Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings…
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