Press   |   August 19, 2021   |   Hicuity Health

Provider-to-Provider Telemedicine: The Overnight Success 15 years in the Making

Lou Silverman, CEO, Hicuity Health Featured in Becker’s Hospital Review Podcast

Hicuity Health has had a front row seat to the development of acute care telemedicine. Recently, Lou Silverman, CEO, sat down with Scott Becker of Becker’s Hospital Review to share his insights on Provider-to-Provider Telemedicine: The Overnight Success 15 Years in the Making. In the podcast, he discusses what distinguishes provider-to-provider telemedicine and why hospitals, hospital systems and post-acute providers leverage the expertise and clinical partnership of Hicuity Health to deliver tailored in-patient tele-care programs that meet their specific needs.

For more than 15 years, Hicuity Health has dedicated its efforts to ensuring that inpatient facilities, regardless of size or location, have care support for their bedside teams and access to specialists. In provider-to-provider telemedicine, “we are partnered to, and extensions of, the clients that we serve. The result is that ‘telemedicine is medicine’ – and an integral part of healthcare delivery today,” highlighted Silverman. “The evolution of organizations such as ours to be able to deliver telemedicine as medicine has enabled and catalyzed much more interest and much more robust growth and adoption.”

To learn more about provider-to-provider telemedicine listen to the Becker’s Hospital Review podcast. To learn about Hicuity Health’s service offerings, click here.

 

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