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December 23, 2020
The Sevaro Physician Difference – Neurology and Vascular Neurology Board Certifications

The physicians at Sevaro bring inherent value to differentiate and expand the care your hospital is seeking in Emergent Stroke Care, General Neurology, and EEG Reads.

December 23, 2020
The Sevaro Physician Difference – Neurology and Vascular Neurology Board Certifications

The physicians at Sevaro bring inherent value to differentiate and expand the care your hospital is seeking in Emergent Stroke Care, General Neurology, and EEG Reads. Sevaro’s physicians are dedicated to the field of neuroscience and stroke care, each having obtained distinct vascular neurology and neurology board certifications

December 23, 2020
Stroke Certification and Why it Matters – Advancing the Field of Neurology

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.

December 23, 2020
Stroke Certification and Why it Matters – Advancing the Field of Neurology

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. Fast forward to the year 2011, there were over 800 Joint Commission certified Primary Stroke Centers

December 23, 2020
Experience in Action – Leveraging Regional Coverage Pods for Continuity of Care and Strong Clinical Relationships

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 to benefit our hospital partners and their patient care.

December 23, 2020
Experience in Action – Leveraging Regional Coverage Pods for Continuity of Care and Strong Clinical Relationships

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 to benefit our hospital partners and their patient care. One of the best practices our group sees over and over is maintaining processes and procedures focused on continuity of care and care team relationships

February 12, 2021
Minutes that Matter – Advancing the Field of Neurology with Direct Physician Access

The American Stroke Association (ASA) notes that “80% of strokes are preventable”. American Heart Association - CDC Prevention Programs | American Heart Association That 80% is what drives Sevaro Physicians to keep access speed a critical starting point of caring for each

February 12, 2021
Minutes that Matter – Advancing the Field of Neurology with Direct Physician Access

The American Stroke Association (ASA) notes that “80% of strokes are preventable”. American Heart Association - CDC Prevention Programs | American Heart Association That 80% is what drives Sevaro Physicians to keep access speed a critical starting point of caring for each Sevaro stroke patient. Sevaro Health’s mission;

October 08, 2021
Sevaro OneCall: Saving Time, Saving Brain, and Saving Lives

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.Sevaro OneCallTM offers a unique solution. OneCall is a telemedicine solution that ensures that a seasoned, boarded vascular neurologist answer

October 08, 2021
Sevaro OneCall: Saving Time, Saving Brain, and Saving Lives

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. Sevaro OneCallTM offers a unique solution. OneCall is a telemedicine solution that ensures that a seasoned, boarded vascular neurologist answers urgent stroke calls in less than one minute.

October 22, 2021
Stroke Risk Factors

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 emphasis should be on stroke education and prevention. Identifying the major risk factors and making the necessary lifestyle

October 22, 2021
Stroke Risk Factors

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 emphasis should be on stroke education and prevention. Identifying the major risk factors and making the necessary lifestyle changes are the best ways to reduce the number of stroke sufferers.

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