993-F Johnson Ferry Road NE
Suite 120
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Contact Information
Michael Woodcock
Executive Sales Director
Year Incorporated or Founded:
State Incorporated or Founded:
Company Type:
Medical specialty service provider to healthcare providers
Corporate Structure:
Private for-profit
Description of Services:

AcuteCare Telemedicine (ACT) is the leading practice-based provider of Telemedicine services for hospitals seeking around-the-clock stroke and other urgent Neurological care. Founded in 2009 and currently licensed in 9 states including Arizona, ACT allows hospitals to access highly-respected expert Neurologists and Telemedicine technologies. ACT provides: •Quality stroke and other Neurological emergency consultation •Continuous, around-the-clock on-call coverage •Hospital accreditation assistance toward Joint Commission Certification as a Primary Stroke Center •Access to experienced, Board Certified clinicians, including Stroke Center Directors •Consistent, evidence-based quality care in accord with Neurological guidelines and practice standards •Increased hospital revenue through newly captured ER visits, related hospital admissions and improved third party reimbursement

Currently providing services in:
Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia
Planning to expand to in near future:
Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina
Healthcare professionals have licenses in:
Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia
Target(s) for services:
Accountable Care Organizations; Rural hospitals; Urban/suburban Hospitals; Urgent care centers
Number of customers (hospitals, clinics) currently served:
Number full-time MD/DO telehealth professionals:
After licensing and credentialing, average time to initiate services to new partner/customer:
Less than 1 month
Telemedicine systems used to connect to customers:
InTouch Health, Global Partnership for Telehealth (Largely Newell Rubbermaid, Cisco equipment), GlobalMed
Electronic health records (EHR) incorporated in services:
Wait time for consultation for emergency services:
0-5 minutes
Wait time for consultation for nonemergent services:
Not applicable
Integrate clinical practice guidelines into teleconsultations and practice:
Information not available
Number of teleconsults performed 2012:
Number of teleconsults performed 2013:
Number of teleconsults performed 2014:
800 to date
Number of teleconsults performed 2015:
> 3000 cumulative to date
Provides Billing Services:
Payers billed:
Medicare, Medicaid, Private payers (e.g., Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, UnitedHealthcare, Aetna)
Other Payers Billed:
Client hospitals are billed directly for an on-call availability fee
Teleproviders are physically located in:
How teleproviders are recruited:
We are practice-based. All physicians are part of a longstanding neurology practice.
Company Payment Model:
Fee for service
Complies with HIPAA and HITECH:
Minimum monthly consultation requirement:
no minimum
Minimum number of hospital beds:
no minimum
Minimum number of ICU or NICU beds:
no minimum
Additional company information:

We are practice-based, not staffing based. We are quality-driven. Our physicians are on call 1 full week at a time, delivering superior consistency of care for patients.

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