ICU’s (Intensive care units) have become common in hospitals across India, in response to increasing healthcare requirements. There are approximately 10 Lacs ICU beds (both invasive and non-invasive) and approximately 33000 intensivists available in India at present. As per the guidelines of MCI (Medical Council of India) every ICU should be manned by a qualified intensivist. In order to run an ICU we need a minimum of 4 qualified intensivist. To fulfil this gap HTA established its TeleICU vertical.
TeleMed teleIntensivists collaborate with your local clinical team to develop care plans and perform daily assessments through proactive, structured interactions. Our teleICU platform and services offer and enable ICU teams to proactively improve patient care with:
Make it possible to proactively identify patients in need by establishing new communication protocols.
Schedule a convenient time for ICU staff, at the start of the day or each shift.
Assess the ongoing integrity of care as our teleIntensivist asks a shortlist of questions
Helps in reduction of mortality and average length of stay results in better brand value and availability of beds
Deliver consistent and standardized critical care resulting in less use of high-end antibiotics
Give each party an opportunity to determine if the patient needs additional help and evaluation.
E-Monitoring helps in reducing nursing manpower and saves cost while bringing more efficiency to the entire system.