Hicuity Health COVID 4th Wave Update

Weekly Update for 9/13/21

  • COVID-19 Census:
    • Most recent week +2%
    • Past 4 weeks +15%
    • Past 8 weeks +217%
  • Ventilated Patient Census:
    • Most recent week: +1%
    • Past 4 weeks +21%
    • Past 8 weeks: +346%
  • Pandemic Perspective:
    • While new US cases reported Monday were down more than 20% week over week, Hicuity Health client COVID-19 patent volume remained at historically high levels. Both total COVID-19 census and the ventilated patient count were essentially flat vs. reported all-time highs over the past two weeks.

 

As a national provider of acute care telemedicine, currently offering tele-ICU care and other services with hospitals in 28 states, Hicuity Health has extensive COVID patient management experience.

We present this data to assist in illuminating regional and national trends via aggregating the experiences of   Hicuity Health’s clients during this 4th wave of COVID-19.

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