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An extensive study on the financial impact of telemedicine in ICU care details significant revenue and profitability benefits in addition to clinical outcomes.
Winchester Medical Center introduced tele-ICU care, bringing Advanced ICU Care services to the state of Virginia.
Analysis shows tele-ICU services improve outcomes in ICU patient population in year-long study.
Article draws on two recent studies to add to growing body of evidence of tele-ICU impact.
A new ebook helps chief medical officers and other hospital leaders understand why tele-ICU is the new standard of care and how it can be available to hospitals and health systems of any size.
In the article, “How tele-ICUs are giving hospitals a boost,” Lou Silverman highlights models that make tele-ICU available to all hospitals and health systems.
The St. Louis Regional Chamber recognized Advanced ICU Care among the region’s most inspirational leaders and companies with the Arcus Award for Achievement in Health.
Advanced ICU Care launched tele-ICU services with Upper Valley Medical Center (UVMC), which is part of the Premier Health System and is the company's first hospital partner in the state of Ohio.
Increasing acceptance of tele-ICU as the standard of care is driving clinical staff growth.
Advanced ICU Care expanded its tele-ICU service into its third new state since the start of 2017 with the launch of Memorial Healthcare in central Michigan.
CEO Lou Silverman joined Ezekial Emanuel and the CEOs of four other companies, including Mayo Clinic Arizona and Cedars-Sinai Health System, in speaking at the Pepperdine Graziadio Future of Healthcare Symposium
Advanced ICU Care achieved a significant milestone, as the company is now contracted to provide monitoring and care for over 1,000 acute care beds across the nation.