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InTouch Health is the leader in Acute Care Telemedicine solutions including high-acuity consults where immediate clinical action is required.

  • InTouch Health serves more than 1,000 hospital locations worldwide with 1 new device deployed every day
  • 40% of the U.S. News Best Hospitals 2014 that merit special acclaim utilize the InTouch Telemedicine System
  • InTouch powers more than 65% of all established U.S. TeleStroke networks
    • 1 consult every 10 minutes touching the lives of more than 50,000 patients annually
    • Increased tPA administration rates to 18.9% of all stroke patients
    • 17 of 50 U.S. News Best Hospitals 2014 in Neurology & Neurosurgery
    • 25 of 77 Joint Commission certified comprehensive stroke centers
  • Rapid adoption of the InTouch Telemedicine System by more than 2,000 physician users
  • A proven, scalable cloud infrastructure and managed support services that support more than 6,500 clinical sessions monthly
  • More than 20 clinical services are powered by the InTouch Telemedicine System

InTouch Health partners with hospitals and health systems to build financially sustainable programs that deliver superior clinical outcomes. The company is the only healthcare-centric solutions provider that collaborates with customers on telemedicine strategy, market opportunity, clinical program development, and service line growth and expansion.

The InTouch Telemedicine System is the industry's only FDA-cleared end-to-end solution encompassing immersive 2-way audiovisual, medical imaging, and patient care documentation — all delivered via the SureCONNECT® cloud-based infrastructure and SureSUPPORT® managed services. By removing time and distance barriers, the InTouch System effectively enables doctors to perform real-time consults through a host of FDA-cleared telemedicine devices.

Headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA, InTouch Health was founded in 2002 by Yulun Wang, Ph.D. who pioneered the field of surgical robots. InTouch serves global customers in 20 countries on six continents, with its largest customer base comprising nearly 15% of all U.S. hospitals.

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