Press | January 31, 2019 | Advanced ICU Care The Journal of mHealth Recognizes Advanced ICU Care as a Global Digital Health 100 Honoree For the second consecutive year, the Journal of mHealth has honored Advanced ICU Care among its annual Global Digital Health 100, a leading health technology award program that recognizes companies that revolutionize the quality and delivery of healthcare. This unique award program celebrates innovation and entrepreneurship on a global spectrum and supports health technology companies that are demonstrating the greatest potential to change the way that healthcare is delivered. Over the past four years, the Global Digital Health 100 has become established as the international benchmark of innovation in the healthcare technology industry. To select honorees for the list, the Journal of mHealth used a judging criteria system for all nominated companies that included 10 different qualitative and quantitative evaluation metrics. The Nominees were judged for their disruptive impact, proof of concept, technology innovation, social value, effectiveness, execution of strategy, and, industry integration. The editorial and advisory team ultimately selected companies that successfully delivered healthcare solutions at scale and could serve larger user bases. Key innovations among the chosen honorees included: artificial intelligence and virtual/augmented reality, telehealth, digital therapeutics, and behavioral change programs. “One of the most profound differences identifiable in this year’s cohort is the number of technology providers who are delivering their solutions at scale. In past years, many of our featured technologies have been limited by their relatively small user groups, but as the healthcare technology market continues to mature we are now beginning to see more and more solutions that are successfully delivering these technology-driven modalities to much larger user bases.” Matthew Driver, Managing Editor of The Journal of mHealth Advanced ICU Care was recognized for its state-of-the-art tele-ICU services and for treating more ICU patients and saving more lives than any other independent tele-ICU provider in the United States. This is done by utilizing a cutting-edge clinical response platform that leverages U.S. board-certified clinicians, nine technology-enabled care centers, and sophisticated connectivity and diagnostic technology to deliver 24 x 7 x 365 clinical expertise and proven clinical results to patients in more than 70 hospitals nationally. For more information about the Global Digital Health 100 or to read the Journal of mHealth’s official press release, please click here. The complete list of honorees can also be found here.