West Virginia University researchers partner with tech company Allm USA Inc. to customize an app that makes triaging patients easier. Telemedicine to Bring Subspecialty Care to Rural EDs in West Virginia, Healthcare Innovation
West Virginia University in partnership with Allm USA Inc receives $1.2 million telehealth grant to connect rural ERs with medical specialists from the Health Resources and Services Administration using Allm Cloud Platform with Join and JoinTriage apps. Learn more
West Virginia University customized a stroke scale in JoinTriage to reflect the care that West Virginia's hospitals provide. We are working with the university and other medical institutions to help first responders in West Virginia triage stroke patients efficiently when they respond to a 911 call. WVU working to enhance treatment app, data gathering medical tech, WV News WVU researcher tailors first-responder app to improve stroke outcomes, My Buckhannon Testimonial:...
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