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St. Louis |
May 12, 2015 |
Advanced ICU Care announced the execution of a partnership agreement with Carenection. The partnership is designed to bring Advanced ICU Care’s industry leading, state-of-the-art, tele-ICU services to the nearly 400 hospital members of the Carenection network.
“We are excited to partner with Carenection and improve our reach to their network partners who are some of the leading healthcare institutions in the country,” stated Lou Silverman, CEO of Advanced ICU Care. He continued, “Carenection’s video optimized, HIPAA compliant private path network syncs well with the delivery of our mission critical services.”
“We are pleased to welcome Advanced ICU Care, the recognized industry leader in tele-ICU services, to the Carenection network,” said James Edwards, Carenection’s CEO. “Partnering with industry leaders drives significant value for Carenection member hospitals who can access services through one of the first telehealth marketplaces in the nation, the Carenection Telemedicine Delivery Network.”
About Advanced ICU Care
Advanced ICU Care is the nation’s largest provider of tele-ICU services, serving more than 60 hospitals in twenty states on a 24 x 7 x 365 basis. Advanced ICU Care is a technology enabled clinical services provider that employs cutting edge tele-technology, a robust roster of US board certified intensivist-led critical care clinical teams, multiple dedicated tele-care delivery centers, insightful, actionable reporting, and a time-tested implementation and client service approach to the benefit of patients, families, providers and hospitals.
Carenection is a telehealth solutions partner that delivers best-in-breed technology, network infrastructure and consulting services to create a seamless and transparent encounter for the patient and provider over a unified telemedicine platform. Carenection is the most widely utilized telehealth network in the country, delivering over 50,000 encounters per month via over 3,000 video endpoints to nearly 400 hospitals nationwide.