The article, featured in the December 2016 issue, highlights medical firsts; game-changing drugs and devices; as well as fascinating research that will "change your life immediately."
The work being done by hundreds of Mercy Virtual doctors and nurses inside the world's first "hospital without beds" is helping the health care industry by "moving away from brick and mortar and relying on technology to keep people healthier," Dr. Randy Moore, Mercy Virtual president, told the popular health publication.
To see the list, which also features groundbreaking heart disease research at Mount Sinai Hospital, clinical testing for a lung cancer vaccine at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, and a drug to destroy superbugs at Virginia Commonwealth University, click here.
Mercy Virtual delivers virtual care services to 600,000 patients across seven states (Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and South Carolina), improving patient outcomes and access, while reducing total cost of care. Often called a “hospital without beds,” Mercy Virtual Care Center operates 24 hours a day and is staffed with more than 300 clinicians.