Advanced ICU Care launched the first external tele-ICU solution, revolutionizing patient care for hospitals’ and systems’ most critical patients. We’ve been the innovative leaders in the space ever since.
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April 29 - May 1 in Chicago
As the leader in acute care telemedicine and a platinum member of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA), Advanced ICU Care and its leadership will be very active in industry and thought leadership at the association’s annual conference. Advanced ICU Care executives will be addressing the future of healthcare, the benefits of tele-ICU for a wide range of hospitals, and how telemedicine addresses natural disasters, as well as other key industry issues, in a range of panels and councils.
Advanced ICU Care CEO Lou Silverman will participate in a panel addressing "Designing the Future of Healthcare". Monday, April 30 at 10:15 a.m., ATA Experience Zone Theater. Open to all attendees.
Dr. Rachel Sackrowitz, Chief Medical Officer of Advanced ICU Care, will moderate a panel of varied tele-ICU users to address the topic, "Making Tele-ICU Work in Diverse Hospital Settings". Tuesday, May 1, 2:00 p.m., McCormick Place E451A. Open to all attendees.
Advanced ICU Care CFO Andrea Clegg will participate in a panel entitled, "Avoiding Disaster: Leveraging Telemedicine to Dodge Floods, Storms, and Other Efforts to Shut You Down." Set against the backdrop of Hurricane Harvey, the panel will discuss how telemedicine addressed or circumvented the disaster. Tuesday, May 1, 3:15 p.m., McCormick Place E450B. Open to all attendees.
Entering his second year of leadership for the group, Gian Cavallini, Advanced ICU Care Vice President of Strategy and Development, will chair ATA18 activities of the American Telemedicine Association Industry Council. The Council coordinates ATA participation and activities on behalf of all non-hospital members.
Advanced ICU Care will be exhibiting in the main hall at booth 1616. Featuring a very fun and interesting interactive technology, the exhibition space will also allow you to print - and feature - your photos from around the ATA18 conference.