MISSISSAUGA, ON, April 10, 2017 /CNW/ - Hospitality Network Canada (2011) Inc. (HNCI) a healthcare solutions companywith 50 years of delivering technology innovation in hospitals and senior care homes across Canada today announced a collaborative partnership with Avizia, the leading end-to-end telehealth solution provider. With this
"Expanding access to care and getting patients to the right specialist at the right time is what we at Avizia are all about," said Avizia CEO and Co-Founder Mike Baird. "We're excited to be working with HNCI to expand access to care for the hospitals and seniors they serve and look forward to innovating together to improve the health of Canadians."
Avizia offers is an award-winning telehealth platform that builds the foundation for virtual care with specialty call calendars, patient queues, video visits, documentation, and by enabling collaboration between providers through secure text, voice, and video. The only enterprise end-to-end telehealth platform that combines industry-leading video devices with award-winning clinical workflow software solutions to streamline care coordination, provider collaboration, and patient engagement, Avizia gives patients access to their care team for scheduled and on-demand virtual care.
In addition, Avizia will also provide HNCI with award-winning telemedicine carts known for their reliability, easy-to-use controls, and versatility to perform in a wide range of clinical applications and settings.
Serge Lafleur, HNCI's Chief Executive Officer and President stated, "This partnership will strengthen our value proposition to our existing and new customer base and offer unique technologies enabling hospital, health districts and private healthcare providers to increase their efficiency and reach in a more timely manner patient than are in need of their services." Lafleur added "This creates a stronger healthcare solution business for HNCI with broader commercial reach and enhanced capabilities to deliver innovative solutions." HNCI will remain the leading Canadian provider of integrated bedside terminals and solutions to healthcare institutions and hospitals. "This is an exciting time for HNCI as we build on our 50-year history of providing innovative products and solutions to our diverse healthcare customers," said Serge Lafleur. HNCI is the leading provider of integrated bedside and patient solutions in Canada.
Through its recent work with the First Nations Telehealth Expansion Project, Avizia helped transform Primary Care in British Columbia with an enhanced care delivery model that integrates telehealth to connect patients to the care they need. In 2016, more than 100,000 telemedicine consultations were completed using Avizia's clinical workflow solutions, including more than 47,000 telestroke visits.
Since its inception in 1967, HNCI has grown to become Canada's leading provider of integrated bedside terminals and healthcare solutions in the Canadian healthcare market. HNCI leads the hospital market, serving more than 40,000 beds in more than 200 hospitals across Canada. For more 50 years, HNCI has been keeping patients and healthcare facilities in tune, in touch, and informed.
For more information, please visit www.hospitalitynetwork.ca.
Avizia is redefining health care with the only end-to-end telehealth platform that streamlines care coordination, provider collaboration, virtual care workflows and patient engagement. With solutions found in 37 countries and 8 of the top 10 hospital networks in the United States, Avizia is enabling continuity of care by connecting any patient to any provider in any place. To learn more about Avizia integrated telehealth platform, visit www.avizia.com.
SOURCE Hospitality Network Canada ( 2011 ) Inc.
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