24/7 referral, consult, admission and neonatal transport assistance.
Virtual pediatricians and specialists
Connecting through 24/7 care
Children’s Minnesota partners with a growing number of health care systems in Minnesota and Wisconsin to deliver virtual consultation services for neonatal stabilization and pediatric emergency medicine. These virtual care services connect clinical staff at the partner site with 24/7, year-round access to Children’s Minnesota pediatric and neonatal specialists through real-time, interactive audio and visual tools.
Provider-to-provider telemedicine consultations allow health care providers from different specialties to review patient cases and discuss diagnoses and treatment options with the goal of delivering specialty care closer to the child’s home.
About our virtual care services
As a Children’s Minnesota virtual partner, your health care system, providers and patients will have direct access to Children’s Minnesota specialty care and consultations using encrypted, HIPAA-compliant telecommunications technology.
We do not take over your patient’s care, but instead serve as an addition to your health care team. Your attending physician virtually consults with our specialists to review cases and discuss diagnoses and treatment options.
Learn more about our neonatal virtual care services provided by Children’s Minnesota.
How to become a virtual care partner
If you are interested in becoming a virtual care partner, contact Children’s Minnesota Virtual Care team at 612-813-6861 for more information.
Health care systems and providers may want to consider the following questions when evaluating if Children’s Minnesota virtual care services are the right choice:
- Do you anticipate a need for 10 or more annual virtual care consultations?
- Do you have access to basic diagnostic testing and medical treatment?
- Do you have the ability to provide delegated credentialing assistance, when applicable?
- Is there a technical contact within your organization who is familiar with telecommunications systems?