Article   |   July 22, 2020   |   Advanced ICU Care

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CMO Srinivasan Shares “Five ICU Lessons COVID-19 Has Taught Us”

Sriraman Srinivasan, CMOCritical care teams nationwide face challenges as the understanding of COVID-19 continuously evolves. Over the past five months, the Advanced ICU Care clinical team has worked closely with their peers in client hospitals to learn about and combat the virus. The company’s collaborative model of tele-ICU care provides much-needed support for the frontline clinicians at the bedside during these challenging times.

Recently, S. Ram Srinivasan, Chief Medical Officer of Advanced ICU Care, shared his insights on ICU care of COVID-19 patients with HIStalk in an article entitled “Five Lessons COVID-19 Has Taught Us.” Srinivasan shares a handful of critical care lessons based on Advanced ICU Care’s treatment of more than 1,000 COVID-positive patients in over 90 hospitals in 27 states.

Read more about lessons learned and the role telemedicine is playing in the fight against COVID-19 here.

 

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