Article   |   January 25, 2016   |   Advanced ICU Care

Study shows resounding nursing support for tele-ICU

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As reported in the American Journal of Critical Care, over 75% of the 1,213 surveyed nurses reported that tele-ICU enables them to improve patient care and contributes to their ability to accomplish their critical clinical work. Approximately 2/3 of respondents agreed that using tele-ICU:

  • Improves clinical collaboration
  • Makes it easier to do their job
  • Improves job performance
  • Enables them to work more quickly
  • Improves communication.

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These AACN findings track with the internal findings of Advanced ICU Care, drawn from its work with over 60 hospitals and hospital systems nationally. Nurses find the readily-available 24/7/365 expertise of an intensivist-led care team provides them the ability to improve care for critically ill patients around the clock and better address the range of clinical challenges that might arise.

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