Tryten Nova Neo Telehealth Cart Released

April 9, 2019

Tryten is launching a brand-new telehealth cart for NICU infant care. The telehealth cart is built on the same Tryten Nova infrastructure with a fully tip-tested base, cable management, and modular accessory channel. However, the Nova Neo features an additional two feet in height and an articulating arm so the viewer can see “above the crowd” in busy NICU situations and also up close when necessary. The Nova Neo will enable significant NICU workflow improvements.

Babies in the NICU need significant care and are often separated from their parents. The Nova Neo cart will enable remote monitoring for healthcare providers, allow specialists to provide critical NICU remote consults, and connect parents to their newborns.

“I know first-hand how important a telehealth cart is in the NICU, which is why we have created it,” says Michael Chapman, Marketing Director of Tryten. “My wife and I were separated every night from my newborn, who was in the ICU for six days. It was the absolute worst week of our lives. The Nova NEO enables a bridge for those challenging moments.”

Chapman will be debuting the Nova Neo at booth 2108 at the American Telemedicine Association Conference (ATA19) on April 16-17 in New Orleans. ATA19 brings together a vibrant community of healthcare professionals and leaders from an array of healthcare and technology sectors. It’s the perfect venue for Tryten to reach healthcare innovators, disruptors, and early adopters who are seeking to provide improved service in a more timely and cost-effective manner.

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