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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 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 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.
“Over 75% of our client hospitals are part of a national or regional health system, making Advanced ICU Care particularly well suited to support Appalachian Regional Healthcare’s comprehensive tele-ICU implementation across multiple locations and multiple states,” said Lou Silverman
Advanced ICU Care, the nation’s leading provider of high-acuity telemedicine services, announced today a tele-ICU services launch with Wake Forest Baptist Health, a nationally recognized academic medical center and health care system
Burnout is both a timely and important issue in critical care medicine. CMO Rachel Sackrowitz, MD discusses its risk factors and highlights how tele-ICU has helped address them.