This is a sponsored post by My Emergency Doctor
Specialist emergency telemedicine provider My Emergency Doctor (MED) are addressing some of the pervasive issues faced by emergency departments today.
Leveraging accessible technologies, MED are demonstrating how overnight remote board rounds via telemedicine is improving both access and quality of healthcare to both rural/regional and metro hospitals in Australia, and how this has been achieved from various angles of the patient, the clinicians and physicians on the ground and also the executives of the facilities.
Furthermore, hospitals and healthcare facilities have within their reach technology and available services that enable improvements in patient flow by reduction of unnecessary admissions & investigations, reduction of average length of stay, reduction of potential adverse patient experience, whilst also reducing clinical and operational risk.
My Emergency Doctor (MED) is one of Australia’s leading telemedicine services, partnering with hospitals and healthcare services in a complementary approach to support on-site clinicians and provide the patients and the community access to emergency specialists 24/7 365 days a year. Founded in Australia, all consulting physicians are Fellows of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (FACEMs) and are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
Hospitals, Aged Care Facilities, Primary Health Networks and Ambulance Services call on MED as specialists in emergency care to help during patient surge, staff shortages, or when advice is needed for a patient who becomes acutely unwell, often after hours.