Vituity

Stronger Together Facing COVID-19 on the Front Lines.


Leading the Coronavirus Response

The coronavirus epidemic has led to incredible upheaval in our national healthcare system. From shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) to the long-term impact to our frontline healthcare providers who have been pushed to the limit. With a model that is driven by physician leadership and engagement, Vituity has been in a unique position to lead the management of this epidemic in hospitals across the nation.

Throughout this national crisis, Vituity has partnered with hospital leaders, government agencies and other organizations to launch innovative solutions and equip teams with the tools needed to manage this epidemic:

  • Surge planning for emergency departments, inpatient teams, intensive care units, counties and health systems.
  • Rapid implementation and scaling of telehealth solutions that ensure timely care for patients, protect clinicians, and reduce the need for PPE.
  • Ongoing training, education and collaboration through initiatives designed to share the latest medical updates and best practices on the management of COVID-19 patients.

This is a seminal moment in our healthcare system. Our response as a medical community will define the way care is delivered in the months and years to come. We are stronger together.

Gregg Miller, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Vituity

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About Vituity

For nearly 50 years, Vituity has been a catalyst for positive change in healthcare. Our multispecialty partnership is owned and led by our physicians. Every year, Vituity’s 4,100 doctors and clinicians care for more than 6.4 million patients nationwide. Our services span the entire acute care continuum including emergency medicine, acute psychiatry, acute neurology, hospital medicine, critical care, anesthesiology, acute care surgery, telehealth, post-acute care, and outpatient medicine.

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