Press   |   May 25, 2022   |   Hicuity Health

Hicuity Health Opens Twelfth Care Operations Center

New Memphis Center Adds to Integrated Network,
Extends Reach of Telemedicine Services

Hicuity Health, the nation’s leading provider of high-acuity telemedicine services, announced the opening of its twelfth telemedicine care operations center. The new Memphis location supports the ongoing expansion of Hicuity’s telemedicine and patient monitoring services to a growing number of hospital and other acute care delivery organizations nationwide, and is in response to reaching capacity limits in a number of existing centers. The company anticipates the Memphis center to support the full lineup of Hicuity Health telemedicine services, including tele-ICU, telemetry, virtual nursing, virtual sitter, and smart device monitoring services.

Hicuity’s care teams, while operating out of multiple operations centers, function as a single clinical group, supported by the company’s proprietary HUB workflow management software suite. The use of multiple operations centers enables Hicuity to reliably recruit clinical staff without reliance on a single staffing market. By partnering with Hicuity Health, hospitals nationwide can leverage the power of telemedicine, increase support for their clinical staff, offset staffing shortages, and improve patient care and outcomes.

“The increasing acknowledgment of the value of each of our service lines individually and the entirety of our service offering has been gratifying, ” said Lou Silverman, CEO, Hicuity Health. “We welcome our new Memphis based care team members, and look forward to their contributions to our mission of delivering expert care and top tier service to our clients, their clinical teams, and the patients we serve together.”

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