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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With more than 85 hospital partners and over a decade of clinical service experience, Advanced ICU Care leads the field of acute care telemedicine.
How we work with Hospitals
Advanced ICU Care’s partnership with hospital systems is flexible and collaborative. We work with a diverse set of systems partners to develop individualized telemedicine programs and implementation plans to reflect their unique strategy.
How We Work With Systems
Telemedicine is vast and complex. We know. We’ve specialized in telemedicine for a hospital’s most acute patients for over a decade – and we’re sharing that expertise with you.
Operational and clinical outcomes achieved in 2018 illustrate the impact of telemedicine for Hospitals and their patients.
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State of the art telemedicine requires work at the Caring Edge - that intersection of leading edge technology and the gold-standard of care.
2018 operational and clinical outcomes data illustrates the impact of acute care telemedicine for partner hospitals and their patients.
Healthcare IT News’ editor Bill Siwicki highlighted the success of Valley Health’s partnership with Advanced ICU Care. Dr. Glen Bouder of Winchester Medical Center details the hospital’s decision and results.
In an article for Becker’s Hospital Review, Marcia Murphy, Executive Director of Clinical Operations and Nursing, discussed the value of an off-premise telemetry partnership.
Advanced ICU Care was recognized for our 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.
Marking Advanced ICU Care’s 13th year in operation, 2018 proved to be another successful year of providing high-acuity telemedicine in collaboration with our partner hospitals.
Following an evaluation of 10 ICU telemedicine programs through site visits, interviews, and focus groups – both in the facilities providing remote care and the target ICUs – the study found that three organizational factors primarily drove positive differences in unit performance: