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Evidence Based Stroke care is proven to improve door-to-needle time and reduce length of stay. Reach a stroke neurologist in under 45 seconds for faster decision making 24/7.
We provide general neurology inpatient services for patients admitted with diagnoses such as epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, encephalopathy, migraines, myasthenia gravis and more.
Complex neurological care for Intracranial Hemorrhage, GBS, Anoxic Brain Injury to support your ICU is possible through TeleNeuroCriticalCare.
Reduce transfers and length of stay for epilepsy patients with faster turn around times for EEG reads.
Joint Commission, DNV GL and HFAP Stroke Certification
Telehealth & Stroke Program Development
Education, CME’s, Tumor Boards
Stroke & Telehealth Reimbursement Analysis
We work with EMS to evaluate the patient prior to arrival
Emergent Neurological care with a response time of under 45 seconds
We follow up on all Neurology admissions in the ICU and floors
Reduce length of stay and readmissions with 24/7 access to a Neurologist
Patients can see a Neurologist from their home for post discharge follow up
Patients can see a Neurologist from the comfort of their home for any non-emergent Neurological problems
Why Work With Us
Reach a neurologist in under 45 seconds, 24/7
Your team will be working with neurologists they know and trust
Maintain Joint Commission Stroke Certification
Sevaro Peer Support is our free support program for stroke survivors and their caregivers which allows your hospital to support your patients after they go home.
Great compensation working from home
Designed for physicians, by physicians
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“There was never a night or a problem that could defeat sunrise or hope” ~ Bernard Williams.
Eddie Vincent was a truck driver, a Harley rider, a man’s man in every sense of the word. He took care of others, especially his family, and most of all
When a patient has a stroke, it is life changing, not only for the patient but also the family. Every stroke patient goes through a unique and challenging journey - Sevaro wants to be there for them throughout their stroke journey.
Sevaro's My Stroke Journey support program is a monthly, recurring virtual meeting for patients and their caregivers. Our team of neurologists, educational staff, therapists and mental health counselors work to bring stroke survivors together to support each other.
Although telemedicine has been used for decades, medical professionals are still researching the best ways to utilize it to improve patient outcomes. One company that has been at the forefront
Teleneurology is a medical practice in which neurologists and vascular neurologists can see patients remotely via video conferencing to supplement in-person care.
When your hospital partners with external care providers, you want to ensure that those providers have experience with the problems you face day in, day out. Sevaro is revolutionizing the telemedicine field with true teleneurology.
A stroke is a life-changing event both for the patient and the family. Although teleneurology has led to major advances in the rapid treatment of strokes and significantly improved patient outcomes
World Stroke Day is a day when we can come together and raise awareness of strokes. At Sevaro, we are dedicated to educating the public about stroke awareness and affecting more positive patient outcomes
At Sevaro, we ensure the smoothest hospital implementation process to help our partner’s medical staff receive the specialized support they need for optimal patient outcomes.
According to the American Stroke Association, stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States, with nearly 800,000 people suffering one each year. Quickly recognizing a stroke is key to a patient’s prognosis, but the greatest
When it comes to emergency teleneurology consults, seconds matter. Yet many hospitals rely on call center models that are ineffective in getting the right neurologist on the phone quickly.
The American Stroke Association (ASA) notes that “80% of strokes are preventable”. American Heart Association - CDC Prevention Programs | American Heart Association
We’ve learned a lot through the years, and it shows in our culture, as our team consistently shares best practices and interacts with one another across sites
The certification process for stroke first began in 2003, when the American Heart Association (AHA), American Stroke Association (ASA), and The Joint Commission created the initial Primary Stroke Center Certification.
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