Article   |   September 22, 2020   |   Advanced ICU Care
Modern Healthcare

Modern Healthcare Executive Conversation with Lou Silverman

Remote Patient Monitoring: Lessons learned and insights in the future.

Lou Silverman, CEOThe on-set of the COVID-19 global pandemic has moved telemedicine into the forefront of healthcare. The immediate shortage of PPE and the need for social distancing even in patient care proved to be strong catalysts for an increase in Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) adoption. Recently, Lou Silverman, CEO, Advanced ICU Care joined in a discussion with Modern Healthcare’s Executive Conversations to provide insights on RPM, its evolution during COVID-19 and future innovations.

In the Q&A Silverman discusses the benefits of RPM, the exponential increase in its use, and the ability to successfully scale for systems. “We have rising interest in our flagship ICU services as well as newer service lines – including inpatient cardiac telemetry and post-acute services.” Silverman continues, “We have witnessed RPM’s graduation – with honors! – from a care niche to a core care platform. We expect the current momentum surge to continue.”

Advanced ICU Care is an innovator in Remote Patient Monitoring leveraging proprietary software technology developed over more than 15 years in conjunction with skilled critical care clinicians to support nearly 100 partner hospitals. Looking to the future, the company and Silverman anticipate continued telemedicine innovation to support the growing needs of the healthcare community.

To read the entire Executive Conversation, click here.

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