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Eagle Telemedicine Announces Eagle MedWorks Connect Modular Telemedicine Cart System

What To Know

  • Offered in a standard PC, an all-in-one PC, and a tablet option, the efficient telemedicine cart uses the reliable MEDWORKS telemedicine platform to deliver compliant and efficient integration with a hospital's EMR along with advanced video and audio communications technology.
  • The Eagle MedWorks Connect modular telemedicine cart has been built to accommodate multiple telemedicine specialties, with a range of device and peripheral options from an interactive stethoscope and pulse oximeter to vital signs monitor, ultrasound probe, a spirometer and more.

Eagle Telemedicine

Eagle Telemedicine, the leader in technology-enabled inpatient and outpatient care for sustainable healthcare resilience, today announced the availability of the new Eagle MedWorks Connect modular telemedicine cart system.

Design

Designed to lower the cost of telemedicine delivery for today’s hospitals, the new all-in-one telemedicine cart matches advanced video, audio and computing technology with industry-compliant telemedicine software for the efficient telemedicine cart that accelerates telemedicine implementation rollouts.

Jason Povio, CEO, Eagle Telemedicine

“Increasing access to care through telemedicine shouldn’t be constrained by cost and technology implementation barriers. To remove these obstacles, we have developed the Eagle MedWorks Connect modular telemedicine cart. Built, end-to-end, for clinical ease of use and seamless integration with existing hospital technology, the new cart solution is not only cost-effective to procure but even easier to implement, manage, and use. It is an integral part of Eagle’s suite of solutions to improve access to care, anywhere.”

The Eagle MedWorks Connect cart and platform streamlines how physicians and patients interact, allowing for a seamless care experience. Architected to be highly scalable and modular, the MedWorks Connect platform integrates best-of-class audio\video functionality with clinical devices allowing for an optimal evidenced-based consultation that’s both economical and clinically optimized.

The Eagle MedWorks Connect modular telemedicine cart has been built to accommodate multiple telemedicine specialties, with a range of device and peripheral options from an interactive stethoscope and pulse oximeter to vital signs monitor, ultrasound probe, a spirometer and more. Offered in a standard PC, an all-in-one PC, and a tablet option, the efficient telemedicine cart uses the reliable MEDWORKS telemedicine platform to deliver compliant and efficient integration with a hospital’s EMR along with advanced video and audio communications technology. The small, lightweight cart features a simple, streamlined design and spacious work-surface for flexible and convenient clinical inpatient and outpatient use. Customizable, with configuration options to meet any clinical evaluation requirements, the Eagle MedWorks Connect cart delivers reliable performance at up to 64% lower cost compared to traditional medical carts.

Available now, the Eagle MedWorks Connect cart is an integrated component of an Eagle Telemedicine program. Offering more than 17 telemedicine specialties, Eagle’s custom tailored telemedicine solutions enable sustainable healthcare for hospitals of every size. Read more information on the Eagle MedWorks Connect cart here.

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