“The opportunity has never been more significant to innovate care delivery for the lasting benefit of patients everywhere.”
Imamu Tomlinson, MD, MBA
CEO of Vituity
Three Trends Driving Healthcare Delivery Transformation
Regardless of care setting, a model that uses force-multiplying teams and technologies allows specialists to have the biggest impact, builds hospital sustainability for the future, and overcomes physician shortages.
Virtual health visits have an important ongoing role in delivering acute care services to communities when and where they need it.
As healthcare becomes less linked to physical places, the focus must be on both the quality-of-care delivery as well as the patient’s journey so that care remains integrated and continuous across multiple virtual health visits.
Each year we deliver care across 450 practice locations to 8 million patients. Our culture and philosophy are grounded in a commitment to making healthcare quicker, more effective, and more accessible at hospitals and health systems across the country.
For nearly 50 years, Vituity clinicians have led the transformation of acute care. From some of the early efforts to create pre-hospital triage systems in the 1970s to the rapid scaling of surge hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic, Vituity clinicians and practice leaders are on the front lines of designing new ways to deliver care.
Today, our industry is facing threats to hospital sustainability while beginning to feel the impacts of looming physician shortages. At the same time, health systems are caught in the middle of a decades-long drive for efficiency while building hospital surge capacity on the fly. Throughout these challenges, the needs of our patients have never been greater.