Allm partners with Stryker to help close the communication gap in stroke treatment
Allm has partnered with Stryker to facilitate streamlined patient care in European stroke centers and improve communication in the whole stroke treatment workflow.
In order to keep the consequential damage of a stroke as low as possible, timely treatment is critical for success. With Join, medical professionals can access patient information and imaging and consult on treatment decisions. Additionally, Join enables them to track patient transfers and ensure the team’s readiness upon a patient’s arrival – thus saving time and speeding the patient’s path to treatment.
Stryker is one of the world’s leading medical technology companies and offers a full portfolio of stroke products designed to remove blood clots in the brain quickly and efficiently once the patient undergoes treatment.
“We have been using Join for years and have seen the stroke workflow optimization benefits that Join provides by allowing our team to efficiently and securely triage, communicate and collaborate within our stroke team and across various departments and hospitals,” said Dr. Marc Ribo, Interventional Neurologist at Hospital Vall d’Hebron, Barcelona. “We are pleased to hear that now Stryker and Allm will partner to continue to improve the lives of patients and clinical teams.”
“Stroke is one of the leading causes of death and disability worldwide”, explains Leandro Burnes, Co-Founder and Head of Allm EMEA GmbH. “We are extremely delighted and proud to partner with Stryker. Together we tackle the challenges occurring in stroke treatment, supporting stroke teams to improve their communication and collaboration capabilities for better patient outcomes.”
Stryker announces partnership with Allm to facilitate streamlined patient care in European stroke centres