We remain the largest, most experienced tele-ICU provider, caring for nearly 65,000 patients in 2017.

We help save lives in the ICU every day.

Last year, Advanced ICU Care:

Accepted another patient into our
“ICU1” every

8 minutes

Initiated a patient video interaction every

1.5 minutes

Addressed an emergency event every

30 minutes

Every day, helped save2

5 lives

1 – By way of a new ICU patient at one of our partner hospitals. 2 – Compared to actuarial predictions.

— Lou Silverman
CEO of Advanced ICU Care

A Letter From Our CEO

During 2017, Advanced ICU Care continued its successful 11-year collaboration with administrators and bedside teams to provide 24 x 7 x 365 intensivist-led care to nearly 65,000 patients in ICUs across the nation. Ongoing demand for our services and growing clinician interest in our service model were catalysts for the expansion of our New York City care operations center and the opening of our ninth tele-ICU center in the Washington DC area. We added hospital partners in Michigan, New York, Ohio, and Virginia, extending the reach of our care to 25 states. We also introduced in-patient cardiac telemetry monitoring services, providing this critical capability to monitor patients at cardiac risk anywhere in the hospital.

While the focus of our daily efforts are on the patients we care for and the clinical teams we collaborate with, and while we are clear that their “report cards” matter most, it is heartening when third parties recognize our experience and expertise. Members of our leadership team assumed senior industry leadership roles in American Telemedicine Association, Network for Excellence in Health Innovation, and American Association of Critical Care Nurses efforts and were invited to speak at key conferences and industry meetings.

As our team proudly reflects on another year of positive patient outcomes, partner success, company growth, and hard work very well done, our bullish perspective regarding the opportunities for telemedicine continues. Federal and state regulatory progress is building greater momentum, expanding the possibilities for digital health innovation. The value of technology-enabled health care services is becoming increasingly recognized, expanding the nationwide opportunity for our team members, our organization and our industry to both do good and do well.

It is satisfying to look back every once in a while to see how far we’ve come. Equally (and in my view, more) important is to look ahead to the opportunity in front of us to positively impact patients and the overall health care delivery system, which is clearly very large and extremely humbling.


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