National Emergency Tele-Critical Care Network (NETCCN)

CommHIT is officially working with the U.S. Army Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center to acclimate Florida health professionals to NETCCN. Fundamentally, NETCCN is designed to be easy to use and readily available.

What NETCCN does:

  • Addresses shortage of critical care trained clinicians with an evolving network of clinical care teams that provide expert medical advice to anyone who needs it, wherever they may be
  • Uses network enabled mobile devices such as – cell phones, tablets, computers
  • No contracts required and takes care of interstate credentialing issues
  • Staffed by critical care experts from around the country
  • Is HIPAA-compliant and cyber secure applications downloadable on iOS or Android phones or tablets
  • Is supported by the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) through a $40M allotment of CARES Act funding
  • Can include hardware and connected medical devices, if needed

What NETCCN can be used for:

Tiered Staffing Models
Reducing local caregiver task saturation by reducing documentation burden
Remote Home Monitoring
Getting local experts time-off to recover
Relief Coverage
Remote home monitoring so patients can stay home or go home sooner
Tiered Staffing
Providing other specialty services in short supply like palliative or hospice care
Specialty Services