The new teleneurological network MHH TNN in Lower Saxony
In June 2016 the new telemedicine network named MHH TNN started in the federal state Lower Saxony. The neurological department of the Teaching Hospital Hannover provides teleconsultations into the five cooperation- hospitals around the clock. MEYTEC equipped the main center for teleconsultations as well as the networked hospitals.
|Source: MHH/Kaiser, PD Dr. Hans Worthmann, assistant medical director of the MHH-hospital for Neurology and coordinator of the teleneurological network during teleconsultation||Source: Dewezet, „The Teledoc system provides teleconsultations from neurological specialists to our internists via video conference“, says Ariane Hankemeier, neurologist at the Sana-Hospital Hameln-Pyrmont.|
MEYTEC exhibits at the WSC congress in Hyderabad (India)
From the 26th to the 29th October 2016 the 10th World Stroke Congress was held in Hyderabad (India). MEYTEC presented selected and practicable proven telemedicine and solutions in the area medical technology for the acute stroke care. With more than 1 million stroke patients each year India has significant challenges with the stroke care. As a developer, provider and integrator of the innovative telemedicine and medical solutions MEYTEC are well placed for the deployment of the own solutions in the region. The WSC 2016 was also a meeting-point to discuss current projects with MEYTEC partners as well explore the possibilities for participation in the new initiatives.
- Featured information: wsc.kenes.com
|MEYTEC at the 10th World Stroke Congress in Hyderabad|
MEYTEC exhibits at the UK Stroke Forum in Liverpool
From the 28th to the 31th November 2016 the 11th UK Stroke Forum Conference was held in Liverpool, England. The conference is the biggest and most important multidisciplinary stroke conference for the UK and is visited by more than 1.500 delegates annually. Once again MEYTEC used this opportunity to present MEYTEC’s solutions to stroke care specialists. The head of MEYTEC’s Global Projects department, Mr. Philip Eccles spoke with existing NHS partners about the current projects as well as new, interested parties about the possibilities for cooperation and new initiatives.
- Featured information: www.stroke.org.uk/../uk-stroke-forum/