Defining a New Standard of Care

Leading Change Through COVID-19 and Beyond

COVID-19 has reminded us how quickly medicine can evolve. It has also reminded us that we can transform how we deliver that medical care just as rapidly. We now have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity—an imperative—to create more flexible models of care delivery that truly meet patients where they are regardless of circumstance. This broadening of access means we can ensure that all patients receive the care they need.

While healthcare organizations like Vituity have been working toward these goals for years, the pandemic has aligned previously competing interests. Health systems have never been more open to investing in patient-centered delivery solutions. Clinicians are caring for patients whenever and wherever they need care. As a result, initiatives that previously would have taken months to implement now come online in a matter of hours.

What does the future hold for acute care? Given this period of rapid innovation and transformation, how will the forces of the pandemic and the long-term needs of our communities shape care delivery in the years to come? Vituity experts weigh in:

The opportunity has never been more significant to innovate care delivery for the lasting benefit of patients everywhere.

Imamu Tomlinson, MD, MBA, CEO

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For nearly 50 years, Vituity has been a catalyst for positive change in healthcare. As a physician-led and -owned multispecialty partnership, our 5,000 doctors and clinicians care for nearly 8 million patients each year across 450 practice locations and nine acute care specialties.