Using the latest telehealth technologies, MUSC Health is connecting patients and providers across South Carolina with our expert health care team. MUSC Health is focused on expanding access to services, coordinating care and improving the health of communities. Whether you are a patient needing the care of a MUSC Health specialist through the convenience and comfort of your local doctor’s office, or a provider interested in partnering to offer expanded services to your patients, MUSC Health has a telehealth program for you. Learn more about the many ways MUSC Health is changing what’s possible through telehealth. The MUSC Health Center for Telehealth is a part of eHealth Innovations.
MUSC Health’s Telestroke Program is a potentially life-saving network that connects partnering hospitals with immediate, round-the-clock access to MUSC Health's stroke care experts, who can remotely provide urgent consultations after virtually examining patients and brain imaging studies.
The MUSC Health ICU Innovations (Tele-ICU Program) is designed to improve the care of critically ill patients and includes a multi-hospital consortium between MUSC Health and community hospitals. This innovative approach to critical care provides partner hospitals with 24/7/365 access to MUSC Health’s board certified and experienced intensivists.
The School Based Telehealth Program seeks to improve the availability of comprehensive health care to underserved children in our state. This program is working to improve access to acute sick care, chronic disease management and mental health services by bringing the care to the children.
The Virtual Tele Consultation (VTC) is an innovative approach to providing access to specialty care using telemedicine. This interdisciplinary, collaborative approach combines recent advances in technology to connect patients located in their community provider’s office with a broad coalition of specialists based at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC).
The NCVC offers evidence-based trauma-focused services for adults and children exposed to traumatic events. The NCVC specializes in working with victims of violent crime including sexual assault, child physical abuse, child sexual abuse, neglect, domestic violence, stalking, community violence, and traumatic loss.
Through telemedicine, MUSC Health maternal fetal specialists provide convenient and reliable access to specialty care for women with high-risk pregnancies.
The Pediatric Emergency and Critical Care Telehealth Program provides rural hospitals with 24/7 access to pediatric critical care and emergency medicine consultation. Watch a video about the Program.
MUSC Health’s Telemental Health offers many psychiatric care programs to facilities with adolescents with mental illnesses, veterans with PTSD and for survivors of civilian trauma.
The MUSC Health Teleneurology program offers hospitals 24/7 general neurology coverage and expert consultation for routine and emergency care of patients with general neurological conditions.
The MUSC Health TeleEEG program provides hospitals with daily access to fellowship-trained, board-certified neurophysiologists for the delivery of expert interpretations of an electroencephalogram study. An electroencephalogram, or EEG, is a test that measures electrical activity of the brain and is used in the diagnosis of many brain-related health conditions.
The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Image Exchange System (MIES) is a complimentary service designed to expedite image sharing between MUSC and partnering organizations. A universal cloud pathway for transport of digital images has been established that will allow for fast and secure two-way exchange of patients’ images and information
For more information about MUSC Health’s telemedicine programs, please contact MUSC Center for Telehealth at
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