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Advanced ICU Care, the nation’s leading provider of high-acuity telemedicine, announced a tele-ICU services launch with Greeneville Community Hospital East
In Daily Nurse Q&A “Remote Telemetry Monitoring: Supporting Clinical Care and Clinical Leaders with A Simplified Operating Model,” Advanced ICU Care's Marcia Murphy details how hospitals benefit from 24/7 continuous cardiac monitoring.
Lou Silverman, CEO of Advanced ICU Care has been chosen to moderate the panel, "Innovations in Patient-Centered Care Delivery: Spotlight on Precision Medicine and Other Cutting-Edge Tools". Silverman will be covering a range of topics that take a topical look into the future of healthcare.
Advanced ICU Care's Lou Silverman shares his observations after moderating a panel at the 2019 US News & World Report Hospital of Tomorrow conference.
Facing growing demand for intensivists and a challenge in recruiting them, Valley Health's flagship hospital Winchester Medical Center describes to Modern Healthcare how it turned to Advanced ICU Care for a tele-ICU solution with multiple benefits.
RSFH aimed to provide their communities with around-the-clock intensivist oversight of critical care and recognized Advanced ICU Care as the best-fit provider, given its leadership and deep experience as a high-acuity telemedicine specialist.
Advanced ICU Care’s CEO Lou Silverman has been selected to join an expert panel at the PATH Summit 2019 conference in Washington DC. Silverman will participate in the panel, “How High-Tech is Transforming Outsourced Specialty Services”
The partnership engages Advanced ICU Care to provide 24/7/365 care delivery, offering an extra layer of support to the HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital bedside team to improve critical patient outcomes and reduce average ICU length of stay for patients.
The decision to partner with Advanced ICU Care and launch tele-ICU services stemmed from the organization’s dedication to improved, quality outcomes with consistent patient-centered care delivery.
The Leapfrog “Top Hospital” accolade is recognized industry-wide. The ranking compares hospitals’ performance on national standards of patient safety, quality, efficiency and management structures that prevent errors, including specific attention to ICU staffing.
In 2019, Advanced ICU Care continued to spearhead high-acuity telemedicine innovation and transform how acute care is delivered. Find out more - and learn what our partners are saying.
The Global Digital Health 100 technology award program recognized Advanced ICU Care's innovative services for the third consecutive year.
The addition of tele-critical care services ensures that MUSC Health - Lancaster Medical Center can treat more patients within their own community without transferring to a larger facility, allowing for greater patient support and comfort during treatment.
The COVID-19 crisis has caused hospitals and hospital systems to rethink how best to deliver critical care support to their patients and bedside teams. Advanced ICU Care worked with current and new partner hospitals to quickly expand critical care capabilities.
The MedTech Breakthrough Awards program evaluates the digital health and medical technology industry landscape each year with the aim of selecting and highlighting the “breakthrough” solutions and companies at the forefront of innovation. This year’s program attracted more than 3,750 nominations from all over the world.
CMO S. Ram Srinivasan will moderate the panel “Significant Change: Leading Large Organizations to Adopt Telehealth” at the virtual 2020 ATA Conference & Expo (June 22-26).
The new tele-ICU implementation will enable AdventHealth Ottawa to keep care within the community by reducing the need for patient transfers while also directly supporting bedside clinicians.
Advanced ICU Care will partner with educational institutions to offer a scalable remote monitoring program which provides a HIPAA-compliant opt-in symptom management service for students, staff and faculty.
Ohio hospital selects Advanced ICU Care based on clinical care reputation and proven patient results at nearly 100 hospitals to ensure support for the hospital’s bedside teams.
Panel entitled “Telecritical Care Assists ICUs during a Time of Crisis” discusses expansion of critical care beyond ICU and highlights tele-ICU successes.
Advanced ICU Care CMO S. Ram Srinivasan shared his insights on ICU care of COVID-19 patients with HIStalk in an article entitled “Five Lessons COVID-19 Has Taught Us.”
New Jersey hospital's tele-ICU decision stemmed from the organization’s dedication to improved, quality outcomes but launch was accelerated to address pandemic-related surge.
In the Q&A Silverman discusses the benefits of RPM, the exponential increase in its use, and the ability to successfully scale for systems. “We have rising interest in our flagship ICU services as well as newer service lines - including inpatient cardiac telemetry and post-acute services.”
In a presentation entitled “Getting Down To The Heart Of It: Managing a Cardiac Telemetry Program,” Nursing and Operations Leader Marcia Murphy will discuss Cardiac Telemetry Management and highlight the benefits of Remote Inpatient Monitoring.