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University of Mississippi Health Care Implements Philips VISICU eICU(R) Program
Date:12/22/2009

JACKSON, Miss., Dec. 22, 2009 /PRNewswire/ -- University of Mississippi Health Care (UMHC) announced today its activation of the Philips VISICU eICU® Program to enhance care of the critically ill in rural communities of Mississippi. As the first health system in the region to implement the eICU Program, UMHC will serve as the lead resource for critical care across Mississippi.

UMHC is using the Philips VISICU eICU Program and its state-of-the-art clinical decision support and remote monitoring capability to connect off-site UMHC critical care physicians and nurses to ICU patients and their bedside care teams. The remote eICU team continuously monitors patient conditions to alert bedside staff of potential problems before they occur and to guide early intervention and treatment. With its proven track record of expanding access to critical care specialists and improving patient outcomes, the eICU Program will allow UMHC and its collaborating hospitals to enhance the quality of critical care across the state.

"We are excited to be expanding our patient care services to include this layer of critical care support at the state's only academic medical center," said David Putt, interim CEO of University Hospitals and Health System. "Our mission is to provide the highest quality care to our communities, and this program gives us the means to enhance that level of service in partnership with Delta Health Alliance and with other Mississippi hospitals."

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