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HealthNxt Virtual Care Platform

The HCI Group, alongside parent company Tech Mahindra, introduce the world’s first, fully integrated enterprise class virtual health platform.

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  • Best-in-class, user-centric design
  • Meets global regulatory and compliance requirements
  • Enhances care coordination through sharing of information
  • Continuously evolves to meet all virtual care requirements
  • Leverages cybersecurity best practices to keep data safe
  • Helps improve patient satisfaction and revenue

The HealthNxt virtual care platform enables up to 80% of care to be completed remotely resulting in lower costs to deliver care, increased revenues, and improved clinical outcomes.

While the capabilities of the HealthNxt platform are diverse, human-centered design principles ensure that the tools are intuitive and delight the users. The platform’s unique, efficient medical peripherals enhance patient and clinician experience. Equipped with population health tools, HealthNxt identifies and reacts to social determinants of health indicators, enabling organizational missions that may extend into the community.



Transforming Healthcare Delivery



Take Vitals*
Virtual Visits*



Multi-party Video Call
VitalCare Family App
Behavioral Health*

Remote Patient Monitoring

Remote Patient Monitoring

Bluetooth-enabled Vitals
Forward and Reverse Logistics
Activities of Daily Living Support
Remote Staff Views of Patient Data
Remote Dx & Rapid Dx*
Social Determinants*

Virtual Hospital

Virtual Hospital

Virtual Surgeries*
At Home Lab*

Senior Care

Senior Care

Location Services
Bed Exit Alerting
Room Intrusion
Memory Care

Virtual Physical Therapy

Virtual Physical Therapy

Pain Assessment*
Fall Risk Evaluation*
Mobility Screens*
Patient Education*
 Therapeutic Exercise*


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Functionality on 2020/2021 development roadmap, not currently live.     

HealthNxt ATM is easily adapted to home or public usage depending on your telemedicine provider’s preference.

HealthNxt has robust telemedicine capabilities. Teleconsults are available in any modality and can handle 85% of routine care via video.

HealthNxt’s design reduces length of stay for admitted patients, eliminates admission requirements, and reduces unwarranted readmissions.

HealthNxt allows for optimal clinical outcomes and lower costs for patients discharged to lower acuity settings.

HealthNxt tracks patient living patterns to predict potential injuries. Families and clinical professionals are notified accordingly.

Our digital hospital capabilities are shared on the enterprise platform and fully integrated with the electronic health records.

Learn more from the experts

Watch virtual care webinars featuring our HealthNxt team.


Meet the HealthNxt Team 

Ed Marx - Round
Ed Marx - Round

Ed Marx

Chief Digital Officer

Edward has worked 30+ years in healthcare as a clinician, strategist, and technologist. CIO for Cleveland Clinic, NYC Hospitals, Texas Health, University Hospitals. Government appointed lead for health info exchange. Best-selling author on Innovation and Digital Transformation. Member TeamUSA Triathlon.

Matt Lambert
Matt Lambert

Matt Lambert

Chief Medical Information Officer

Dr. Lambert has practiced medicine for over 20 years and is a leader in virtual care. Matt is a practicing emergency medicine physician and has served in Interim CMIO and CMIO support roles for multiple health systems including New York City Health and Hospitals, Johns Hopkins, Medstar, and Inova. He possesses deep knowledge of current healthcare legislation and how it has impacted current healthcare environment and EMR marketplace. He is the author of two healthcare books: Unrest Insured and Close to Change.

Rachael England
Rachael England

Rachael England

Vice President, Product Strategy & Implementation

Rachael is a seasoned healthcare consultant, ten+ years of experience partnering with health systems nationwide to improve care delivery processes, patient experience, and financial outcomes. Particularly passionate about technology and data-driven value-based care initiatives, care management, process/workflow improvement, and achieving strategic business objectives via alignment with/optimization of revenue cycle functions.

Connie Harmsen
Connie Harmsen

Connie Harmsen

Chief Clinical Information Officer

Connie Harmsen, PhD, MHA, MSN is Senior Vice President US West and APAC, and Chief Clinical Information Officer for The HCI Group. She has served in health care leadership positions for 35 years, including 20 years in nursing practice, and 12 years within healthcare informatics and digital eHealth in the US, Australia, and Asia Pacific Region. Connie served as the eHealth Program Director for St Stephen’s Hervey Bay, UnitingCare Health, the first hospital to achieve HIMSS EMRAM Stage 6 and 7 certifications, the Davies Award, and the HIMSS APAC IT Achievement Award in Australia. Connie also was CEO at Banner Estrella Medical Center, a 165-bed greenfield US hospital that opened in January 2005 with an EMR and CPOE; the hospital received the AIA “2005 Honor Award” and Modern Healthcare’s “Best of the Best Award”. Connie has a doctorate in Leadership and Organizational Change and is a HIMSS Analytics certified consultant.

Daniel Berglund
Daniel Berglund

Daniel Berglund

Chief Experience Officer

As a 15 year Healthcare Information Technology veteran, Daniel has worked with Health Systems all over the globe to create and implement IT Strategic Plans, Electronic Medical Records systems, Training and Development Curriculum, Database Storage plans (Cloud, On-Prem and Remote Hosted) and a variety of other strategic initiatives.

Robbie Strachan
Robbie Strachan

Robby Strachan

Business Development Executive

Robby is a business & technology leader with a customer-centric approach to identify and execute strategic high-ROI initiatives, delivering value to his customers. At HCI he has served as a leader for the new Account Executive teams as they progress through the Management Trainee program, aligned HCI’s Meditech capabilities with organizational strategy, and managed the western United States region by engaging new partners, developing relationships, and identifying value-based initiatives.