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Company Name: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Connected Care/Center for Telehealth
One Medical Center Dr
Lebanon, New Hampshire 03756
United States of America
Contact Information:
Peter Hammond
Director of Outreach and Partnerships
Year Incorporated or Founded:
State Incorporated or Founded:
New Hampshire
Company Type:
Integrated healthcare system (MCO), Medical specialty service provider to healthcare providers, Medical specialty service provider to non-healthcare systems
Corporate Structure:
Private not-for-profit
Description of Services:

Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Connected Care and Center for TeleHealth is a virtual health system providing multiple telehealth services in acute care and ambulatory settings including TeleEmergency, TeleNeurology, TeleICU, TelePharmacy, TelePsychiatry, TeleUrgent Care and various TeleSpecialty consult services. As a leader in clinical services, Dartmouth-Hitchcock is focused on delivering collaborative and integrated care and our priority is to improve the care delivery capabilities at all hospitals.

Bariatric medicine, Endocrinology, Emergency medicine, Geriatrics, Hematology, ICU (intensive care unit), Infectious disease, Mental/Behavioral health, Neurology, Pediatrics, Pharmacy, Psychiatry, Pulmonary medicine, Radiology, Rheumatology, Stroke, Urgent care
Ancillary Services:
Continuing education, Continuing medical education, Distance education, Patient education
Currently providing services in:
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont
Planning to expand to in near future:
Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island
Target(s) for services:
Assisted living facilities; Correctional facilities; FQHCs; Rural hospitals; Urban/suburban Hospitals; Military bases; Skilled nursing facilities; Urgent care centers
Number of customers (hospitals, clinics) currently served:
Number full-time MD/DO telehealth professionals:
Number part-time MD/DO telehealth professionals:
Number full-time RN telehealth professionals:
Number part-time RN telehealth professionals:
Number full-time PharmDs telehealth professionals:
After licensing and credentialing, average time to initiate services to new partner/customer:
1-3 months
Telemedicine systems used to connect to customers:
Electronic health records (EHR) incorporated in services:
Information not available
Wait time for consultation for emergency services:
10-15 minutes
Nonemergent Services wait time other:
Depends on service
Integrate clinical practice guidelines into teleconsultations and practice:
Information not available
Provides Billing Services:
We plan to offer this service at a later date
Teleproviders are physically located in:
Florida, Maine, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Vermont
Complies with HIPAA and HITECH:
Minimum monthly consultation requirement:
no minimum
Minimum number of hospital beds:
no minimum
Minimum number of ICU or NICU beds:
no minimum
Joined the Directory: 11/13/2018
Information Last Updated: 11/14/2018

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