Blue Sky Telehealth

499 E. Hampden Ave.
Suite #360
Englewood, Colorado 80113
Contact Information
Rebecca Lacey
Project Manager
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:

Blue Sky Telehealth has been at the forefront of telestroke and teleneurology since its inception in 2006. We are a cutting edge practice that provides emergent and inpatient neurology, stroke and EEG services for patients using telemedicine technology. The philosophy by which we practice blends a caring approach with innovative technology and up-to-date knowledge of neurological disorders and treatments. Our physicians become a valued part of your care team by providing reliable, tailored coverage. We customize our call coverage to your organization's needs. We have solutions for temporary coverage, nights, weekends and 24/7. Blue Sky Telehealth provides care for your patients regardless of your respective location. We work with metropolitan hospitals as well as rural areas to cover or supplement on-site neurology coverage. Our team works collaboratively with your emergency department, local providers and hospital administration to provide improved access at reduced costs. We know that time is critical and with our 3 minute average response time, we are ready to handle your neurological emergencies as they arise. Why Choose Blue Sky for Your Teleneurology Coverage? Board certified dedicated neurohospitalists; 3 minute average response time; Improved outcomes for patients; Staffed by our full-time employed physicians; Work with your existing systems of care; Flexible coverage options; Work collaboratively with ED, local providers and administration; Fast turn around for credentialing; Licensed in multiple states.

Neurology, Stroke
Tele-Services - Other:
Remote EEG interpretation
Currently providing services in:
Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Texas, Utah, Wyoming
Planning to expand to in near future:
New Mexico
Healthcare professionals have licenses in:
Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Texas, Utah, Wyoming
Target(s) for services:
Hospitals: rural, Hospitals: urban/suburban, Private physician practices, 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:
1-3 months
Telemedicine systems used to connect to customers:
We are technology agnostic and work with the needs and current telemedicine software systems of our clients.
Electronic health records (EHR) incorporated in services:
Information not available
Company uses an electronic health record system that is certified by ONC:
Wait time for consultation for emergency services:
0-5 minutes
Wait time for consultation for nonemergent services:
Within 24 hours
Integrate clinical practice guidelines into teleconsultations and practice:
Information not available
Provides Billing Services:
Yes, we assist the clinical sites with billing
Teleproviders are physically located in:
Complies with HIPAA and HITECH:
Additional company information:

Blue Sky Telehealth provides acute care on a timely basis for patients during the critical period following the onset of neurological symptoms. Combining clinical patient documentation with immediate access to medical imaging and advanced telemedicine technologies. Blue Sky Telehealth is the premier solution for enabling remote, acute neurological consults anytime, anywhere. Our Process: 1. You call Blue Sky Telehealth - A single phone call to us initiates the consultation. 2. We respond promptly - We have an average response time of three minutes in which we establish the acuity of the call. After initial contact, our neurologists initiate a video consultation. 3. Clinical information shared - CT images, tests and other critical medical data are pushed to our neurologist's desktop. 4. The attending physician and the neurologist confer - Our neurologist discusses the patient's case with the attending physician. 5. Our neurologist examines the patient - With the assistance of the 'robot', our neurologist speaks with the patient, records his or her medical history and performs an exam. 6. Recommended course of action - Based on the information gathered the neurologist recommends a course of action for the patient. Getting Started: 1. After we receive your request for more information, we will schedule a conference call with you to discuss your needs and review the services that Blue Sky Telehealth Solutions provides. 2. Once we have discussed the services you need, we will send you a customized proposal for your facility. When the contract is signed we will begin weekly conference calls with your key administration and clinical stakeholders to determine how to ingrate your chosen telehealth solution(s) into your current process. 3. With an understanding of your current call processes, we incorporate our telehealth solutions in your notification practices to ensure a seamless transition for all staff involved. We also work with your existing technology (robot) to facilitate adoption of the telehealth process, allowing you to easily train your staff. 4. After we have reviewed options and come up with a plan for implementation, we move to training on needed components and involve key staff members to ensure all stakeholders are involved in the process. 5. After successful completion of the dry run phase, we will be ready to serve your needs with our highly qualified neurologists. 6. You will be assigned a dedicated account manager to support your organization should any issues arise in the process flow.

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