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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With more than 110 hospital partners and over 15 years of clinical service experience, Hicuity Health leads the field of acute care telemedicine.
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Hicuity Health’s partnership with hospital systems is flexible and collaborative. We work with a diverse set of systems partners to develop individualized telemedicine programs and implementation plans to reflect their unique strategy.
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State of the art telemedicine requires work at the Caring Edge - that intersection of leading edge technology and the gold-standard of care.
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!
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Panel entitled “Telecritical Care Assists ICUs during a Time of Crisis” discusses expansion of critical care beyond ICU and highlights tele-ICU successes.
Advanced ICU Care, the nation’s leading provider of high-acuity telemedicine, announced a tele-ICU services launch with Greeneville Community Hospital East
In an article for HIT Consultant S. Ram Srinivasan, MD, Chief Medical Officer for Advanced ICU Care, provides insights as to how tele-ICU assists hospitals and hospital systems in both addressing critical care burnout and delivering on the Quad Aim.
Healthcare IT News’ editor Bill Siwicki highlighted the success of Valley Health’s partnership with Advanced ICU Care. Dr. Glen Bouder of Winchester Medical Center details the hospital’s decision and results.
In an article for Becker’s Hospital Review, Marcia Murphy, Executive Director of Clinical Operations and Nursing, discussed the value of an off-premise telemetry partnership.
Marking Advanced ICU Care’s 13th year in operation, 2018 proved to be another successful year of providing high-acuity telemedicine in collaboration with our partner hospitals.