Critical Care & Pulmonary Care Anywhere in Your Hospital
WORLD-CLASS PULMONARY & CRITICAL CARE
Access TeleCare’s board-certified pulmonary & critical care specialists build and staff comprehensive ICUs and provide pulmonary care anywhere in the hospital and outpatient settings.
ICU Care is Possible With Telemedicine
As inpatient hospital care is increasingly focused on patients with complex, high acuity conditions, having an intensive care unit and specialists capable of providing 24/7 critical care services is essential. With Access TeleCare’s telemedicine model, hospitals of any size can have dedicated pulmonary and critical care specialists immediately.
Inpatient Pulmonary and Critical Care
With a pulmonary and critical care telemedicine program, hospitals can retain patients locally with:
• End-stage diseases such as advanced kidney injury; myocardial infarction and congestive heart failure; multi-organ failure; respiratory failure, including the use of mechanical ventilation; and complex infections.
• Lung-specific diseases, including pleural diseases, obstructive sleep apnea, pulmonary hypertension, interstitial lung diseases, and exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Outpatient Pulmonology Program
Through Access TeleCare’s outpatient telemedicine solutions, clinics have access to pulmonologists for initial and follow-up visits for patients with a number of lung/respiratory conditions, including:
- COVID-19/“long COVID”
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- Severe asthma
- Pulmonary fibrosis
- Other lung health concerns
Cardiac Arrest Management (Code Blue)
Our team pioneered the development and use of Code Blue telemedicine programs for patients experiencing cardiac arrest in 2015. This service line is staffed by highly trained physicians who are comfortable in intense situations requiring patient resuscitation.
These programs have reduced relative mortality rates by 17 percent and absolute mortality rates by 1.8 percent. Since the inception of the Code Blue programs, our team has provided on-call cardiac arrest management for more than 1 million patients.
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