Hicuity Health launched the first external tele-ICU solution, revolutionizing patient care for hospitals’ and systems’ most critical patients. As we have evolved to now providing acute care in and out of the ICU we remain innovative leaders in telemedicine.
Get to know us
With more than 110 hospital partners and over 15 years of clinical service experience, Hicuity Health leads the field of acute care telemedicine.
How we work with Hospitals
Hicuity Health’s partnership with hospital systems is flexible and collaborative. We work with a diverse set of systems partners to develop individualized telemedicine programs and implementation plans to reflect their unique strategy.
How We Work With Systems
Hicuity Health is working diligently to support our partner hospitals fight COVID-19
Telemedicine is vast and complex. We know. We’ve specialized in telemedicine for a hospital’s most acute patients for over a decade – and we’re sharing that expertise with you.
Or, we can help you find exactly what you're looking for.
The COVID-19 pandemic challenges every hospital in the U.S. but is especially tough on smaller hospitals. Thinner staffing and fewer specialists make it more challenging to treat COVID-19 and care for the critically ill in your community.
Hicuity Health understands your challenge and the challenges of COVID-19. Over 15 years of critical care experience and current care collaboration with more than 100 hospitals provide experience caring for COVID-19 patients coast-to-coast and helped us develop care protocols that fit our partners. Our Vitals CI care provides, for the first time, critical care telemedicine designed specifically for the needs – and budgets – of smaller hospitals while providing around-the-clock access to critical care specialists, improved clinical outcomes and the ability to retain care in your community.
Working with Hicuity Health Vitals CI, you can see results in weeks, not months.
Meeting the Critical Care needs of your community
o Enhance critical care expertise
o Expand clinical care resources as needed
o Draw upon national best practices and clinical workflows
o Reduce patient transfers
o Retain critical care revenue
o Reduce stress by complementing their skills
o Avoid burnout
o Experienced critical care physicians and nurses
o Regularly treat 300+ primary diagnoses each year