Hicuity Health launched the first external tele-ICU solution, revolutionizing patient care for hospitals’ and systems’ most critical patients. As we have evolved to now providing acute care in and out of the ICU we remain innovative leaders in telemedicine.
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You’ll notice in the articles highlighted below that much of our attention was earned under our original company name – Advanced ICU Care. We are proud of this history and look forward to what we will accomplish under our new name Hicuity Health. Let the innovations continue!
Hicuity Health’s device monitoring service integrates full-time monitoring services with a range of smart devices to enable continuous patient observation and early identification of proactive patient intervention opportunities and deliver value to smart device manufacturers, service providers, and patients in a range of care environments.
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Highlands ARH Regional Medical Center becomes the 13th facility in the Appalachian Regional Healthcare system to implement Hicuity Health’s technology-enabled care services.
The launch of virtual sitter services is another example of Hicuity Health’s commitment to finding more ways to extend the company’s virtual care expertise to support more hospitals, collaborate with more bedside teams, and care for more patients.
The relationship also will include the establishment of a new tele-ICU operations center in Knoxville, Tennessee, and the opportunity for Covenant Health to extend tele-ICU care across the East Tennessee region.
The publication goes beyond simply reporting on the COVID-19 crisis and chronicles a year in which telemedicine truly became medicine, a year of care delivery unlike any other.