13 hospitals, health systems launching telehealth services

Jackie Drees - Print  | 

Here are 13 hospitals and health systems that implemented telehealth technology and services in January:

1. Sioux Falls, S.D.-based Avera announced plans to open its telehealth education center in February to expand its existing Avera eCare campus.

2. Dublin, Ga.-based Carl Vinson Veterans Affairs Medical Center launched a service this month that allows veterans to have virtual visits with their out-of-state healthcare providers.

3. Cleveland-based MetroHealth System expanded its number of retail health clinics at Discount Drug Mart stores across Ohio.

4. University of Virginia Health System began offering a new telemedicine-based program to cancer survivors who live in rural areas to help cope with the stress of their diagnosis post treatment.

5. Renton, Wash.-based Providence announced Jan. 14 that it will offer virtual care services to patients in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Montana and California.

6. Springfield, Ill.-based Hospital Sisters Health System rolled out telemedicine services for the intensive care unit at HSHS St. Mary's Hospital in Decatur, Ill.

7. Cambridge (Minn.) Medical Center, part of Minneapolis-based Allina Health, teamed up with Children's Minnesota to expand its virtual care capabilities for neonatal patients.

8. Orangeburg, S.C.-based Regional Medical Center implemented telemedicine services to support its intensive care unit and coronary care unit patients.

9. Phoenix, Ariz.-based Banner Health selected eVisit and VeeMed, two virtual care providers, to build a comprehensive telehealth platform spanning ambulatory and acute care.

10. Cincinnati-based Mercy Health unveiled its new mobile stroke unit, equipped with telemedicine technology.

11. Allentown, Pa.-based Lehigh Valley Health Network partnered with the Boyertown (Pa.) Community Ambulance Service on a mobile unit that uses virtual care technology to help treat stroke patients.

12. Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Healthcare oncologist and cancer experts will now use telehealth technology to treat patients at Sanpete Valley Hospital in Mount Pleasant, Utah.

13. Jackson-based University of Mississippi Medical Center will begin offering telehealth services to pediatric patients through a program with the state's mental health department program.

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How UCHealth bridged tech architecture and clinical expertise within its virtual health program
Providence targets clinician burnout by expanding virtual mental health services for employees
Children's Hospital Colorado launches remote virtual second opinions

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