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Virtual Care

Remote Patient Monitoring, Inpatient Virtual Care and Hospital at Home  Services Help Provide Safe, Timely, Accessible, Flexible and Convenient Care Options to Improve Patient Outcomes

Inpatient Virtual Care

  • Virtual hospital sitter services – Our skilled associates can remotely monitor several patients in need of hospital sitter services at one time, freeing up your bedside nurses to care for other patients in the hospital. The virtual Conduit sitter will follow the client’s alert protocol to quickly launch interventions at the bedside when needed.
  • Telemetry monitoring – Our skilled associates can support a solution for remote EKG monitoring and event escalation. The centralized solution promotes additional monitoring bandwidth with fewer resources.

Remote Patient Monitoring

Conduit’s virtual care staffing services help clients deliver care beyond traditional settings by enabling safe, quality virtual chronic care management.

We partner with health systems, hospitals, provider groups, chronic care management organizations, device manufacturers and other health care providers to provide remote patient monitoring staffing that supports immediate, timely interventions that can improve patient outcomes and mitigate potential issues before they get worse.

Hospital at Home

Hospital at Home is a unique care model that provides acute inpatient care in the comfort of a patient’s home rather than in an acute care hospital. Using technology to augment in-person rounding, we can provide the same level of service for patients with specific conditions.

Hospital-at-Home services are for patients meeting criteria for an inpatient admission such as those recovering from surgery; or for those who have chronic or other illnesses such as congestive heart failure, COPD, cancer, diabetes, or pneumonia.

Inpatient Virtual Care

  • Virtual hospital sitter services – Our skilled associates can remotely monitor several patients in need of hospital sitter services at one time, freeing up your bedside nurses to care for other patients in the hospital. The virtual Conduit sitter will follow the client’s alert protocol to quickly launch interventions at the bedside when needed.
Conduit Virtual Care
Virtual Care

Hospital at Home

Hospital at Home is a unique care model that provides acute inpatient care in the comfort of a patient’s home rather than in an acute care hospital. Using technology to augment in-person rounding, we can provide the same level of service for patients with specific conditions.

Hospital-at-Home services are for patients meeting the criteria for an inpatient admission such as those recovering from surgery; or for those who have acute exacerbations of illnesses such as COPD or diabetes.

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Why Partner with Conduit for Virtual Care

Empower Patients

We work with your team to better educate patients to gain greater control of their health and well-being.

Customize Solutions

We work with your existing technology and customize solutions that align with market trends.

Help Reduce Nurse Burnout And Shortage

Our team of nurses and clinicians virtually augments your team to support optimal care delivery, while reducing burnout.

Early Interventions to Mitigate Issues and Reduce Hospital Readmissions

Virtual care enables immediate, timely interventions that can help reduce hospital readmissions, and mitigate potential issues before they get worse.

Increase Access to Care

Patients receive increased access to care while limiting the need for disruptive transfers.

Improve Quality of Care and Patient Satisfaction

Virtual care enables safe, timely, accessible, flexible, and convenient care options to support better quality care, and improved patient satisfaction.

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