DESIGNED BY PHYSICIAN LEADERS.
FOR HOSPITALS. FOR PATIENTS.
More Than Telemedicine.
Today, telemedicine should be about more than technology.
That’s why Access TeleCare designed its business around the very best patient care possible.
We start with the medicine. We start with our physicians. With our network of more than 600 specialists and subspecialists from some of the nation’s most esteemed health care systems and academic medical centers, every hospital in every community can give its patients world-class care.
We facilitate that care with our technology. Our telemedicine carts are designed by physicians who understand how powerful technology can be but also how it can obstruct and frustrate if not done well.
And, we support that care by working with hospitals to make it financially sustainable.
Reduce physician coverage costs
Access to world-class physicians
Improve clinical outcomes
Scalable clinical programs of excellence
The hallmark of our success is a track record of creating scalable clinical programs while elevating quality across the enterprise.
Technology That Works
FOR HOSPITALS, PROVIDERS AND PATIENTS
When we founded the company, we started with the premise that we could and should bring high quality specialty care to more patients, particularly those with complex, high-acuity conditions. We knew we could do this through telemedicine.
But, we were frustrated with existing technology. None of it was designed to facilitate a better health care experience and outcome for the patient, and none of it was at a reliability or usability level we felt was necessary to support – not impede – care delivery.
So, we built our own.
As physicians working in hospitals, we understand how powerful technology can be, but we’ve also experienced technology that obstructs and frustrates. We brought all that experience and knowledge to bear on how we created our telemedicine cart.
More Than Telemedicine
Partner with Access TeleCare and do more than telemedicine.
- Further your hospital’s financial, quality and operational goals.
- Provide meaningful, personal, and individualized care experiences and positive outcomes for patients.
- Support and sustain your health care workforce and promote lifelong learning and professional development.