Article   |   October 15, 2021   |   Hicuity Health

Hicuity Health CEO
Explores Hybrid Healthcare

Lou Silverman joins HLTH conference panel

Lou Silverman, CEO of Hicuity Health, the nation’s leading provider of high-acuity telemedicine services, will participate in a panel at the HLTH conference in Boston to address the topic, “Evolving to a Hybrid Model of Care”. Joined on stage by other leaders in healthcare during the ATA programming at HLTH on Sunday, October 17, Silverman will share his perspectives on how partner-to-partner telemedicine will be a critical component of the emerging hybrid model of care.

“The concept of hybrid care couples the power of telemedicine with care delivered at the bedside to deliver outstanding clinical outcomes, enhanced patient and provider experience, and the efficiency demanded by today’s healthcare ecosystem. Provider to Provider telemedicine plays an important role in ensuring consistent access to care regardless of location or resources,” Silverman explains. “As healthcare continues to embrace telemedicine to address expanding clinical needs, provider shortages, and burnout, Hicuity Health continues to innovate responsive and unique technology-enabled care solutions.”

Contact Hicuity Health to discuss how a hybrid model of care can enhance your organization’s care.

 

Watch the panel discussion here.

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