Mercy Health expands InTouch Health partnership

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Cincinnati-based Mercy Health expanded its partnership with InTouch Health to add virtual behavioral healthcare services at hospitals across its Northwest Ohio region.

Lighthouse Telehealth, a subsidiary of Toledo, Ohio-based Harbor, will provide the virtual psychiatric care at Mercy Health's Toledo-based hospitals, using the InTouch Virtual Care Platform. Lighthouse Telehealth entered into a physicians' service agreement with Mercy Health to provide inpatient psychiatric coverage.
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"We have worked with InTouch Health over the past few years to enable telestroke services, and we look forward to expanding our work to deliver inpatient psychiatric telehealth on a secure and reliable platform," said Ateeq Haseeb, MD, chief medical informatics officer at Mercy Health-Toledo.

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