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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“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
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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.
Advanced ICU Care announced the recipients of its 3rd annual I SEE YOU CARE Awards, recognizing hospitals and individuals who exemplify the collaborative partnership between bedside care providers and Advanced ICU Care’s remote clinical team.
In recognition of Critical Care Awareness Month, CMO Rachel Sackrowitz, MD celebrates the unity among ICU physicians found in a common purpose
Silverman highlights how hospitals will need to adopt innovative care models, such as tele-ICU, as trends that drive demand for acute care cannot be appropriately addressed by the status quo.