What is your vision for telehealth? Whatever it is, we can make it a reality. Here are just a few of our customers' stories.
Lake Chelan Community Hospital
Lake Chelan Community Hospital is one of the nation’s most-wired hospitals. But it faced a real challenge in giving its patients in central Washington specialized stroke treatment on a limited budget. A partnership with the Seattle-based Swedish Acute Stroke Telemedicine Program provided access to specialists, but they needed a technology partner capable of building a secure and reliable network between the facilities.
Puget Sound Blood Center
For years, the Puget Sound Blood Center struggled to keep hospitals and clinics in Western Washington supplied with the correct amount of blood at the exact time it was needed. They dealt with traffic delays and the potential for human error. So the Center decided to create a technology solution to leverage its transfusion expertise and automate the blood distribution process.
Swedish Medical Center: Mobile Mammography
To give women in rural Washington state regular access to breast-cancer screening, Swedish Medical Center launched its Mobile Mammography Program. A full-service, self-contained breast-cancer screening clinic on wheels, the Mobile Mammography Program needed a reliable method to transmit high-definition images to radiologists at Swedish.