Healthcare IT News July 5, 2022
Bill Siwicki

And telemedicine provides the flexibility to pivot along the care journey and maintain a consistent care continuum for patients from wherever they are.

St. Luke’s University Health Network realized it needed technology that could help expand care across its 14 hospitals throughout Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey spanning both urban and rural areas.


The organization was looking for a way to not only expand network coverage but also to reduce time to consult. It also wanted to expand access to care whenever patients needed it, which St. Luke’s knew would require additional clinical coverage. The provider organization realized through virtual care it could enable its clinicians to see patients much faster.

“Another problem we had was with...

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