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NEHI's collaborative effort seeks to engage industry leaders in framing a vision of Health Care Without Walls.
The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), a partner of Advanced ICU Care, has been recognized by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA),
Gain complimentary access to Gian's presentation to learn how various tele-ICU implementation models mobilize or complement your current capabilities.
Located in the Washington, D.C. area, the newest facility joins eight integrated hubs from which Advanced ICU Care uses cutting edge tele-technology to deliver clinical support and additional critical care expertise to ICUs nationwide.
Interactive newsletter sharing the year's accomplishments and celebrating the mutual successes achieved working with our hospital partners.
Advanced ICU Care was selected for the Global Digital Health 100 - representing the most innovative companies in the health-tech industry.
The tele-ICU partnership with Florida Hospital New Smyrna expands the large, multi-state relationship between Adventist Health System and Advanced ICU Care.
Becker’s Hospital Review, HIT Consultant, Business Insider and MobiHealthNews Spotlight Advanced ICU Care’s Florida Hospital New Smyrna Partnership
Lou Silverman highlights trends and continued progress health care executives can expect for 2018.
Lou Silverman, along with other key industry executives, participated in a telehealth roundtable discussion on the challenges and trends in the industry.
Silverman highlights how hospitals will need to adopt innovative care models, such as tele-ICU, as trends that drive demand for acute care cannot be appropriately addressed by the status quo.
Silverman discusses that healthy telemedicine strategies should anchor to proven use cases, such as tele-ICU, and then layer on more experimental efforts
Leading health IT publications Health Management Technology and mHealth Intelligence recently highlighted the strategic value of Advanced ICU Care’s cutting-edge tele-ICU clinical services and technology.
Several members of the executive team will be taking part in discussion panels and leading council work groups at the premier telemedicine conference
The 2017 statistics highlight Advanced ICU Care’s success in improving clinical outcomes and growing adoption of its tele-ICU services across the country.
Advanced ICU Care has now grown its telemetry services from a single hospital in early 2017 to include nearly 200 monitored beds under contract, including agreements with nationally recognized hospital systems.
Advanced ICU Care had a strong leadership presence at the American Telemedicine Association's annual meeting, ATA18, that wrapped up last week.
Advanced ICU Care launched tele-ICU clinical services at Hackettstown Medical Center in New Jersey. Part of Atlantic Health System, the partnership expands Advanced ICU Care's multi-facility tele-ICU relationship with the system.
In recognition of Critical Care Awareness Month, CMO Rachel Sackrowitz, MD celebrates the unity among ICU physicians found in a common purpose
Gordon Hospital, which participates in the growing multi-state tele-ICU relationship between Adventist Health System and Advanced ICU Care, extends the high-acuity telemedicine partnership with remote telemetry monitoring services.
Advanced ICU Care announced the recipients of its 3rd annual I SEE YOU CARE Awards, recognizing hospitals and individuals who exemplify the collaborative partnership between bedside care providers and Advanced ICU Care’s remote clinical team.
Burnout is both a timely and important issue in critical care medicine. CMO Rachel Sackrowitz, MD discusses its risk factors and highlights how tele-ICU has helped address them.