NewYork-Presbyterian Launches Digital Health Platform

NewYork-Presbyterian Launches Digital Health PlatformNewYork-Presbyterian announced this week the rollout of NYP OnDemand, a new suite of digital health services designed to improve and expand patient care, while also extending access to the clinical expertise of NewYork-Presbyterian’s physicians to their peers throughout the Hospital’s vast healthcare network.

That was the announcement shared with MHW via email on Tuesday morning.

If you’re not familiar, NewYork-Presbyterian is one of the largest medical institutions in the nation “and the only one on this scale to implement an enterprise-wide, comprehensive digital health portfolio.”

The project was catalyzed by the visionary support of Rita E. and Gustave M. Hauser, NewYork-Presbyterian’s longtime philanthropic partners. This most recent gift builds on the couple’s previous investments in telehealth infrastructure, further elevating the Hospital’s ability to connect patients and clinical staff in new and innovative ways.

“At NewYork-Presbyterian, we are looking to redefine the intersection of technology and healthcare and our new digital health platform is our way of strengthening traditional telehealth services,” said Dr. Steven J. Corwin, president and CEO of NewYork-Presbyterian. “I would like to extend our deepest thanks to Rita and Gustave Hauser, for providing support for this platform. Together with ColumbiaDoctors and Weill Cornell Medicine, we are using data and technology to provide the very best care and treatment outcomes for our patients – wherever they may be – as well as seamless peer-to-peer access for our physicians across the entire organization.”

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