How teleNeurology Provides Expertise for Epilepsy, MS, Movement Disorders, and Dementia Patients

2021-08-19T09:12:02-05:00August 19, 2021|

By Eric Anderson, MD Here is a sadly familiar story for a neurologist to hear: a young woman, perhaps a new mother, begins to see signs of physical decline. She’s unusually fatigued and sometimes dizzy when she tries to get up, though [...]

The Expanding Role of teleNeuroHospitalists: How We Got Here

2020-09-30T15:54:39-05:00September 30, 2020|

By Eric Anderson, MD This June, the Journal of Neurology published a paper surveying the neurological complications from COVID-19. Whereas past coronaviruses are known predominantly as respiratory infections, COVID-19 could lead to stroke, Guillain-Barré Syndrome, and encephalitis, the paper noted, while smaller [...]

How CarolinaEast used teleNeurology to build a comprehensive stroke care program

2023-11-03T21:08:14-05:00January 21, 2020|

Adapted from a presentation at the Telemed IQ Summit Kathryn Buck, emergency services clinical nurse specialist, explained to Telemed IQ Summit attendees how CarolinaEast Medical Center used teleNeurology to build a comprehensive stroke care program. She started with why: “CarolinaEast is the [...]

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