Zebra Ambulance Solutions: Speed & Competence through next generation telemedicine.
What does in-ambulance telemedicine mean for you ?
By bringing the medical expert virtually in the ambulance, we believe it is possible to win those minutes that will make the difference in outcome for patients while the ambulance staff cares for them.
Critical data (e.g. vital parameters, symptoms, …) can already be gathered & shared with the hospital staff (e.g. radiologist, neurologist, nurse, …) through the Zebra Web Platform in order to be ready for the arrival of the patient.
To learn more about how Zebra Ambulance Solutions can help your patients and staff, please take a look at our case studies below
Presenting a wide array of benefits throughout
different kinds of patient care.
Have a look at our case studies.
STROKE COST PER YEAR IN EUROPE
NEW STROKES PER YEAR IN EUROPE
NEURONS LOST PER MINUTE IF STROKE IS LEFT UNTREATED
Strokes represent a life-threatening condition which has a huge socio-economic impact.
To maximise the chances of good outcome for patients it is recognized by the stroke community that speed & competence are crucial in order to give the right treatment to the patient within the right timeframe.
CARDIO- VASCULAR DISEASE COST PER YEAR IN EUROPE
PEOPLE DIE YEARLY OF CARDIO- VASCULAR DISEASE IN EUROPE
CAUSE OF DEATH FOR WOMEN AND MEN IN EUROPE
Again, the statistics conclude that cardio-vascular disease is a life-threatening condition with a vast socio-economic impact.
To maximise the chances of good outcome for patients it is recognized by the medical community that speed & competence are crucial in order to give the right treatment to the patient within the right timeframe.
TRAUMA COST PER YEAR IN EUROPE
DISABLED BY INJURIES IN EUROPE
EVERY TWO MINUTES SOMEBODY DIES AS THE RESULT OF AN INJURY
Research concludes that efficient patient triage and effective pre-hospital procedures leads to a more positive outcome for patients.
Find out how we can customise Zebra Ambulance Solutions to your hospital’s needs by contacting a member of our staff.
You’ll find our contact information at the bottom of this page, or by clicking the button below.
Zebra ambulance telemedicine solution creates value for all involved stakeholders.
Let’s take a closer look.
Higher changes of independency & survival.
Adequate emergency care given thanks to the virtual presence of the medical expert
Reduced human & economic burden.
Stroke care realised at lower costs as efficiency is maximised & excess is cut.
Effective & flexible resource allocation for optimised care.
Want to learn more about what Zebra Ambulance Solutions
can do for your hospital?
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Meet the team.
Andre Convents is innovation manager at Procter & Gamble & innovation advisor for UZ Brussels. He is an Open innovation expert with extensive hands-on management of strategic alliances and collaborations across universities, companies and institutes.
Bastien Ritzen is CEO at Zebra Academy. He spent 8 years working for Proximus in change management & product management for videoconferencing. He holds a background as telecom engineer & business managemer.
Guy Nagels is head of Neurology in the National MS Center Melsbroek, consultant neurologist for MS in UZ Brussels, consultant neurophysiologist in the academic psychiatric center Kortenberg, teaches cellular neurophysiology at the VUB and medical aspects of disability at the UMONS, and is academic visitor at the Oxford centre for human brain activity.
Helio Fernandez is an R&D project manager of a multidisciplinary consortium at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Telecom engineer by education, his main areas of interest are healthcare, medical ICT infrastructures and medical signal processing applications.
Raf Brouns is a neurologist at the UZ Brussel, where he is strongly involved in stroke care. He also is a researcher at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, focusing on the development and implementation of innovative strategies to improve diagnosis and treatment of stroke patients.