Telemedicine


SRDRS plans to expand health systems’ use of telemedicine systems, including Tele-Critical Care, Tele-Emergency Medicine, Tele-EMS, and teleconsultation services offered by the regional poison centers. In turn, SRDRS will improve access to highly specialized clinical expertise in trauma, burns, and CBRNE mass casualty management. 

SRDRS plans to expand health systems’ use of telemedicine systems, including Tele-Critical Care, Tele-Emergency Medicine, Tele-EMS, and teleconsultation services offered by the regional poison centers. In turn, SRDRS will improve access to highly specialized clinical expertise in trauma, burns, and CBRNE mass casualty management. 

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Tele-Critical Care

The Virtual Care Telemedicine Network Tele-Critical Care program has the ability to care for rural Georgians by increasing the level of complex care that can be provided at a rural hospital.

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Tele-Critical Care

Tele-EMS

Through SRDRS, ER-TEMS will expand beyond the existing rural tele-EMS infrastructure to uncovered hospital coordinating regions throughout the state.

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Tele-EMS

Tele-Observation Medicine

Just as the emergency departments serve as the safety net of a health system, observation units have served as the safety net of the emergency department.

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Tele-Observation Medicine

Telephonic Consultations

The Georgia Poison Center (GPC) is a 24-hour poison emergency information service for health care professionals and residents of Georgia.

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Telephonic Consultations