Article   |   January 29, 2018   |   Advanced ICU Care

Key Publications Spotlight Advanced ICU Care’s Florida Hospital New Smyrna Partnership

Advanced ICU Care’s tele-ICU partnership announcement with Florida Hospital New Smyrna has garnered attention from key trade publications, including Becker’s Hospital Review, HIT Consultant, Business Insider and MobiHealthNews.

Advanced ICU Care began providing tele-ICU clinical services at Florida Hospital New Smyrna on January 17th. The partnership with Florida Hospital New Smyrna extends Advanced ICU Care’s growing, multi-state relationship with Adventist Health System (now AdventHealth) for collaborative ICU patient care via telemedicine.

Premier healthcare and business publications have highlighted the partnership.Publications logos

Becker’s Hospital Review by Anuja Vaidya

HIT Consultant by Fred Pennic

Business Insider by Laurie Beaver and Ayoub Aouad

MobiHealthNews by Dave Muoio

Click here to read the full press release about the launch.

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