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Advanced ICU Care launched tele-ICU services at HSHS St. John’s Hospital in Springfield, IL, the flagship hospital of Hospital Sisters Health 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.
In recognition of Critical Care Awareness Month, CMO Rachel Sackrowitz, MD celebrates the unity among ICU physicians found in a common purpose
Advanced ICU Care launched tele-ICU clinical services at Hackettstown Medical Center in New Jersey. Part of Atlantic Health System, the partnership expands Advanced ICU Care's multi-facility tele-ICU relationship with the system.
The 2017 statistics highlight Advanced ICU Care’s success in improving clinical outcomes and growing adoption of its tele-ICU services across the country.
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.