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Telemedicine Top News: Advanced ICU Care Reaches Milestone

Resized-hallway-1910x920On Tuesday, Advanced ICU Care — the nation’s leading provider of high-acuity telehealth services — announced that the company is now contracted to provide acute care and monitoring to more than 1,000 acute care patient beds across more than 65 partner hospitals in the United States.

“This threshold represents a significant milestone in our company’s history, as hospitals and health systems increasingly recognize the value of our technology-enabled clinical services in delivering superior ICU patient outcomes while delivering a compelling ROI,” said Lou Silverman, chairman and CEO of Advanced ICU Care.
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Advanced ICU Care Expands Midtown Manhattan Tele-ICU Care Center

Infographic Telemedicine May Be of Service in the ICUOn Tuesday, mHealthWatch learned that Advanced ICU Care, a leading provider of high-acuity telehealth services, announced what it calls a “significant expansion” of its existing tele-ICU care center in New York City.

Initially established in 2012, the center houses intensivists (physicians who specialize in critical care), advanced practice providers, and nurses who provide technology-enabled critical care services via telemedicine to patients in hospitals across the country.

Advanced ICU Care now has nearly 150 clinical staff supporting almost 1,000 beds under contract for care at hospitals across 24 states, with locations ranging from community-based to tertiary care facilities.

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Advanced ICU Care Launches Tele-ICU Services

advanced-icu-care-launches-tele-icu-servicesAdvanced ICU Care, a provider of high-acuity telehealth services, announced Thursday the launch of tele-ICU services at Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center in Show Low, Arizona.

We’re told that Advanced ICU Care “will provide around-the-clock support in partnership with the hospital’s medical staff and care teams to deliver an extra layer of care in one of the most critical areas of the hospital.”

Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center’s tele-ICU went live on October 4th across all beds in the intensive care unit.

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