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The CEO of Advanced ICU Care and the Head of Strategy for Philips Hospital to Home detail how to maximize the ROI of a tele-ICU partnership
A guide to the critical process of identifying a tele-ICU partner and working with them to optimize clinical, operational and financial outcomes
Dr. Rachel Sackrowitz has joined Advanced ICU Care as its National Medical Director to drive strategic clinical initiatives and be a clinical advocate for the company across the industry.
An AACN study reports extremely strong support of tele-ICU, highlighting its positive impact on clinical outcomes, nursing job performance and clinical team effectiveness.
Historically information-starved ICUs can transform data for more proactive care through tele-ICU partnerships.
We had a landmark 2015, caring for more than 55,000 patients in one year - and reaching nearly 200,000 ICU patients served over the company's 10 year history.
We expanded our national presence, opening our sixth care operations center. The new Honolulu center joins existing care centers in New York City, St. Louis, Houston, Charleston, and Irvine in caring for patients nationwide.
We announced the recipients of its 2016 I SEE YOU CARE Awards. The awards recognize the outstanding collaboration between bedside care providers and remote care teams that is critical to telehealth success.
Advanced ICU Care, in partnership with Philips Hospital to Home and Adventist Health System, presented a one-hour webinar entitled: Elevating the Quality of Critical Care in a Cost-Cutting Culture with Tele-ICU.
Dr. Rachel Sackrowitz, National Medical Director for Advanced ICU Care, is interviewed and offers insight on an array of critical care and tele-ICU topics.
The Leapfrog Group reporting shows only 47% of reporting hospitals meet its recommended standard for intensivist staffing in the ICU. On the other hand, Advanced ICU Care helps 2/3 of its hospital partners achieve full compliance.
Self Regional Healthcare of Greenwood, S.C. announced its new tele-ICU service, delivered in partnership with Advanced ICU Care and MUSC (Medical University of South Carolina).
We announced the launch of our new telemetry services, developed to enable hospitals to monitor patients at risk of cardiac events anywhere in the hospital without building an expensive, internal capability.
Lou Silverman, as CEO of Advanced ICU Care, has been named a finalist for the Orange County Business Journal Second Annual Innovator of the Year award.
In a summary article, Carolyn Bloch of Federal Telemedicine News reported on our launch of telemetry services - and also highlighted the recent Self Regional Healthcare tele-ICU launch.
Andrea Clegg, CFO of Advanced ICU Care, authored an article for the magazine of the Healthcare Financial Management Association that explains the value of tele-ICU.
Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center announced the launch of its tele-ICU care, delivering 24/7/365 critical care in partnership with Advanced ICU Care and MUSC.
Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center introduced tele-ICU care to Northeast Arizona in partnership with Advanced ICU Care
Gian Cavallini presented at the annual Philips Connect2Care User Summit, addressing the challenges of offering tele-ICU services across broad geography and the value of choosing Care As A Service.
Corey Danko joins the company as Vice President, Tele-Health Infrastructure, assuming responsibility for all technology, infrastructure, and data security operations.
In a televised report on telemedicine, Dr. Dellice Dickhaus discussed tele-ICU services with Dr. Joette Giovinco of Fox 13 in Tampa.
CEO Lou Silverman, in Healthcare Business News, provides insight into the value of creative, strategic partnerships that can drive value-based care in this time of disruption and evolution in health care.
Dr. Srinivasan shares his thoughts on tele-ICU and his experience as a tele-intensivist.