InTouch Health develops and manufactures the only Class II telemedicine remote presence medical devices of their kind that are FDA-cleared for active patient monitoring. As part of its InTouch® Telemedicine System, these devices allow physicians to conduct highly reliable, real-time, remote consults from a single portal at locations ranging from EDs, ICUs and procedure rooms to patient wards, clinics, ambulances, and homes.
The company also offers RP endpoint devices that include RP-VITA, RP-7 robots, RP-Lite, RP-Vantage, ControlStations, and VisitOR1; StrokeRESPOND and MultiPresence workflow solutions; clinical workflow documentation and imaging solutions designed specifically for telemedicine; and SureCONNECT, a connectivity and support solution.
InTouch Health offers telehealth strategic planning, remote physician, and implementation and training services. The company provides telemedicine services, such as stroke, critical care, cardiology, trauma, pediatrics, neonatology, psychiatry, language translation, and clinical education and surgical or procedure mentoring. The company’s RP-VITA, technology developed in cooperation with iRobot, couples InTouch Health’s industry leading remote presence capabilities with state-of-the-art navigational technology.
The company’s applications are in the fields of telestroke networks, critical care coverage, multi-specialty outreach, hospital capacity management, and specialty training and collaboration.
InTouch Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Santa Barbara, California.
Yulun Wang, Founder & Chairman
Stephen Wilson, Executive VP & CFO
Michael Chan, GM, International & EVP, Marketing
David Adornetto, COO
Steve Jordan, EVP, Engineering and CTO
Tim Wright, VP, Corporate & Market Strategy
Andy Puterbaugh, EVP and GM, U.S. Markets
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