Harlan County Health System in Alma, NE has expanded their services, providing local, around-the-clock treatment for patients through telemedicine, to better serve some of our most time critical patients. Our new telestroke and acute neurology service, acute pulmonary service and acute cardiology service from Teledigm Health and Bryan Telemedicine will help us provide state-of-the-art care for people with stroke symptoms - from specialists who can diagnose and treat patients with technology that makes it seem like they are right in the room.
“We are very pleased to offer these added services to our rural community and we value this opportunity we’ve been given. We also look forward to growing this newly established partnership with Teledigm/Bryan Telemedicine,” stated Dr. Patrick Auman, CEO of Harlan County Health System.
Telemedicine allows healthcare specialists to work directly with our healthcare professionals to care for patients. There is face-to-face communication, with personal and private interaction.
“Our specialists are available right in the patient’s room when they’re most needed,” says Teledigm Health and Bryan Telemedicine President and CEO Brian J. Bossard, MD. “Patients in Alma, NE can receive the same state-of- the-art care as someone in Lincoln or Omaha, because they have immediate access to some of the top specialists in the country.”
Teledigm Health partners with Bryan Enterprises, and is the managing partner for Bryan Telemedicine. They set the industry standard in telemedicine, providing a deep bench of clinical staffing resources, focusing on sustainability through innovation and technical support. Their care services offer greater flexibility and customization, giving us the opportunity to onboard services as needed.
Acute Neurology & Pulmonology telemedicine are available for use now. Acute Cardiology telemedicine is slated to begin in January 2022 and Outpatient Dermatology telemedicine is scheduled to be available beginning January 17, 2022. There will be more to come on both of these new services.