The Exceptional ED: Telemedicine, Navigation, & Behavioral Health

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This report, The Exceptional ED: Telemedicine, Navigation, & Behavioral Health
reveals how top organizations are improving ED efficiency—from telemedicine to care coordination to EHR—and what they are doing to streamline ED-to-inpatient throughput.

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This report, The Exceptional ED: Telemedicine, Navigation, & Behavioral Health, reveals how top organizations are improving ED efficiency—from telemedicine to care coordination to EHR—and what they are doing to streamline ED-to-inpatient throughput.

Gain insights into key strategies and spending plans, such as the following:

  • Learn how the Brigham & Women’s Faulkner ED determines and implements a patient’s care plan faster by placing a diverse care team in the ED during initial examination and subsequent in-ED rounding.
  • Discover why top providers are investing more in ED-related IT, analytics, and EHR
  • Find out how Lehigh Valley Health Network has cut two-and-a-half hours of dwell time in the ED by reducing the use of oral contrast before CT scanning.
  • Find out how telemedicine can improve behavioral healthcare while reducing ED bottlenecks
  • Learn how Seton Healthcare used telepsychiatry to reduce unnecessary admissions due to a lack of specialized behavioral health training among ED physicians.
  • Uncover which models of teamwork work best for expediting care and improving patient flow
  • Find out how bedside imaging by ED physicians removes delays and expedites determinations at Lehigh Valley Health Network.
  • Learn how Seton Healthcare’s psychiatric ED reduced psychiatric patient boarding times, improved care, and made specialized emergency facilities and clinical expertise available to the entire 11-hospital system (and other hospitals in the community).
  • Discover how the proliferation of retail clinics and increased patient sophistication will affect the future of the ED


This month’s report includes:

  • Peer case studies from Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital, Lehigh Valley Health Network, and Seton Healthcare:
    • Bedside Strategies to Speed Emergency Department Throughput
    • Multidisciplinary ED Team Improves Behavioral Patient Care
    • Dedicated Psychiatric ED: Improved Throughput and Patient Care
    • Analysis and key takeaways from advisors drawn from our HealthLeaders Media Council
    • Recommendations from the HealthLeaders Media research team
    • A meeting guide to share with your clients


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