Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital (HFWH) is implementing an in-house patient monitoring system to improve patient care. Virtual services offer convenient ways for our patients to securely connect with Henry Ford clinicians from any location and at any time. We already deliver virtual care in a variety of ways, including video visits, e-visits and messaging, medical advise phone lines, and remote monitoring. This pilot program will provide HFWH will additional capabilities to offer virtual support functions within the hospital. Specifically, this new virtual system will utilize a two-way camera system to expand remote patient observation functions and provide other virtual services. Expanded capabilities include remote observation for patients who are at high-risk for falls, in need of behavioral health services, or require around-the clock monitoring; centralized measuring and review of certain metrics by highly qualified staff; nurse bedside education supports to educate patients on after-hospitalization care; real-time rounds with attending physicians; and social work and case management support. The remote hub will also be tied to HFWH’s electronic medical record to ensure complete and uninterrupted continuity of care and real-time documentation into medical records. Over the past two years, the COVID-19 public health emergency has accelerated the need for expanded telehealth services, both inside and outside the hospital, due to the high-risk of in-person interactions, limited availability of personal protective equipment, and staffing shortages. This updated technology will allow HFWH to provide highly reliable care in the safest environment possible during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. The federal funds will support the purchase of equipment for the virtual care program, as well as the construction and installation of the equipment.