Article   |   January 12, 2022   |   Hicuity Health

Texas Health Huguley Hospital Selects Hicuity Health as Tele-ICU Partner

Hicuity Health, the nation’s leading provider of high-acuity telemedicine services, announced the launch of tele-ICU services with Texas Health Huguley Hospital. The facility is recognized by CMS as a 5-star hospital.

“Texas Health Huguley is pleased to be the first hospital in the area to provide 24/7/365 tele-ICU care,” said Dr. Ronny Ford, Chief Medical Officer Texas Health Huguley. “We look forward to working alongside Hicuity Health to leverage their clinical expertise and robust analytics in order to improve clinical outcomes for our patients and support our bedside clinical staff.”

Texas Health Huguley has equipped both their CVCCU and MICU with Hicuity’s 24/7 technology-enabled intensivist-led care services to ensure patients receive state of the art monitoring and ICU care. Incorporating tele-ICU care as a standard practice will allow patients to remain close to home during a medical crisis.

“Hicuity Health is honored to have been selected by Texas Health Huguley to provide intensivist-led tele-ICU services to the Ft. Worth community,” said Lou Silverman, CEO, Hicuity Health “Our scalable and customized telemedicine solutions offer a variety of options for hospitals and systems to aid them in achieving critical care goals.”

Hicuity Health is currently contracted to serve more than 100 hospitals in 30 states. Hicuity Health’s team of U.S. board-certified providers and other clinicians annually conducts 1.2 million patient interactions while caring for more than 110,000 patients.

 

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