As 2023 comes to a close, Access TeleCare strengthened its position for 2024 with significant growth, organizational restructuring, and enhanced offerings that maintain its core mission to eliminate barriers to specialty physical and behavioral health care. It also advanced its reputation as the standard bearer for telemedicine with its infectious disease service line leader, Dr. Jade Le, selected for the American Telemedicine Association’s Clinician Council to remove barriers to broad telehealth adoption.

Access TeleCare partners with healthcare facilities in all 50 states to deliver virtual high-acuity specialty care. In 2023, Access TeleCare launched more than 350 new programs in hospitals and outpatient clinics. Heading into 2024, Access TeleCare’s specialists will have cared for over 2.5 million patients with some of the most complex conditions, including stroke, cardiac arrest, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, septic shock, and fetal abnormalities, all through virtual means.

“Post-pandemic, telemedicine has become truly just medicine,” said Chris Gallagher, M.D., CEO, Access TeleCare. “And that’s why we’ve experienced such tremendous growth with our hospital partners year over year. We’ve been doing tech-enabled medicine since 2004, providing an exceptional experience for both the clinician and the patient while helping hospitals meet or exceed financial and quality goals.”

Access TeleCare’s telemedicine programs include behavioral health, neurology, maternal-fetal medicine, cardiology, infectious disease, and pulmonary and critical care and are deployed in rural and urban hospitals across the country. The physician-led company also introduced neurosurgery in 2023 with board-certified neurosurgeons providing virtual consultations with patients and other physicians to more effectively triage patients with complex neurological conditions.

“Unlike other tech-first telehealth companies that are experiencing downturns, Access TeleCare’s success is due to our consistent focus on placing world-class specialists at the bedside in communities where specialists are unavailable or lacking and by building telemedicine programs with hospital partners rather than imposing yet-another technology platform,” said Gallagher.

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