Address:
5901 C Peachtree Dunwoody Suite 350
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
United States
678-441-8500
Contact Information
Talbot “Mac” McCormick
MD
CEO
678-441-8507
Mac.mccormick@eglhp.com
Year Incorporated or Founded:
2008
State Incorporated or Founded:
Georgia
Company Type:
Medical specialty service provider to healthcare providers
Corporate Structure:
Private for-profit
Description of Services:

Eagle is an independent, physician-led company that focuses on developing and managing hospitalist practices for its hospital partners. Founded in 1998 by Robert Young, MD, Eagle was one of the first to emerge in the hospitalist arena and continues to serve as a pioneer in the industry today, leading practical management tools and innovative solutions like remote presence hospitalists through the use of telemedicine. Eagle currently operates programs in more than 17 states at about 45 hospitals, employing more than 350 full- and part-time hospitalists on staff. Our hospital clients range in size and geographic location, from less than 50 beds to more than 500 beds, in both non-urban and urban locations. As the healthcare industry continues to transform and market conditions fluctuate, Eagle will continue to grow and expand its capabilities to build and support hospitalist practices, providing an essential value for hospitals, physicians, and patients across the nation.

Tele-Services:
Mobile health (mHealth), Neurology
Currently providing services in:
Illinois, Kentucky, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Virginia, Washington
Planning to expand to in near future:
Kansas, South Carolina
Target(s) for services:
Hospitals: rural
Number of customers (hospitals, clinics) currently served:
20-49
Number full-time MD/DO telehealth professionals:
11-15
After licensing and credentialing, average time to initiate services to new partner/customer:
1-3 months
Telemedicine systems used to connect to customers:
in Touch
Electronic health records (EHR) incorporated in services:
Yes
How EHR interfaces with the EHR of the referring/consulting site:
Our physicians are granted remote access to the hospitals' EHR and documents the same way an on-site physician would.
Company uses an electronic health record system that is certified by ONC:
No
Wait time for consultation for emergency services:
5-10 minutes
Wait time for consultation for nonemergent services:
Not applicable
Integrate clinical practice guidelines into teleconsultations and practice:
Yes
How clinical practice guidelines are integrated:
We work closely with the onsite clinical leadership as well as our telemedicine medical director to establish clinical protocols in line with the hospital's current protocols.
Number of teleconsults performed 2012:
1200
Number of teleconsults performed 2013:
1500
Number of teleconsults performed 2014:
3000
Provides Billing Services:
No
Payers billed:
Medicare, Medicaid, Private payers (e.g., Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, UnitedHealthcare, Aetna), Tricare
Teleproviders are physically located in:
California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Washington
How teleproviders are recruited:
Eagle telemedicine receives multiple CV's from physicians on a daily basis. Our selection criteria include proven experience, strong technology background and previous leadership experience.
Company Payment Model:
Fee for service
Complies with HIPAA and HITECH:
Yes
Minimum monthly consultation requirement:
no minimum
Minimum number of hospital beds:
no minimum
Minimum number of ICU or NICU beds:
no minimum

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