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Telemedicine Technologies

HIMSS20: Expanding Care to Africa’s Most Vulnerable with Telemedicine

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HIMSS20 is right around the corner – and GlobalMed is excited to be represented on stage on Thursday, March 12 in an education session “Transforming Africa’s Health Crisis with Telemedicine.” Yaya Mbaoua, CEO of The Mbaoua Group, and Krystylle L. Richardson, CEO of TeleHealthUnited.com, will tell riveting stories of two…

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GlobalMed to Unveil Enhanced Virtual Health Platform and New Delivery Systems at HIMSS20

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Dynamic integration and backpack-sized telehealth exam station featured in Booth #6089 Scottsdale, Ariz. – February 26, 2020 – GlobalMed, a leading provider of virtual health solutions, today announced that it will showcase integration enhancements to its virtual health platform eNcounter®, introduce a backpack telehealth exam station, and offer a lighter, more…

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GlobalMed Announces Official HIMSS20 Speakers

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Educational session focuses on a pilot program to bring telemedicine to under-served regions of Zimbabwe. Scottsdale, Ariz. – February 12, 2020 – GlobalMed, a leading provider of virtual health solutions, today announced that it will be represented in a speaking session: “Transforming Africa’s Health Crisis with Telemedicine,” at HIMSS20, the health information…

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7 Ways Telemedicine is Helping Critical Access Hospitals

By General Interest, Telemedicine Technologies, Virtual Care One Comment
If you’re a telemedicine advocate, you know it can transform rural healthcare. Virtual care is extending emergency services to South American villages unreachable by ambulance; it’s helping to stem the rising tide of communicable and chronic disease in Africa. In the U.S., patients in agricultural communities and remote Appalachian and...
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How Telehealth Is Helping Military Families

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Military families face many challenges, especially when they need to move every few years. But when one family member has special needs, a new set of considerations come into play – particularly regarding service member assignments. When a service member is assigned overseas, all family members must undergo Family Member...
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Telemedicine’s Reimbursement Outlook for 2020

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Telemedicine reimbursement is always changing. Regulations and rules fluctuate between states, payers and services; ambiguity seems the norm rather than the exception, which can create a significant barrier to virtual care adoption. At the same time, telehealth has become embedded in the healthcare landscape and many providers find the advantages...
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Replacement Solution for Discontinued Littmann TeleSteth System: ClearSteth from GlobalMed

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GlobalMed software compatible with Littmann 3200 Stethoscopes SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. – Jan. 9, 2020 – GlobalMed, an international provider of virtual health solutions, today announced its ClearSteth® software application as an immediate replacement to the 3M Littmann® 3200 TeleSteth™ tele-auscultation software that was discontinued effective Jan. 1, 2020. ClearSteth connects clinicians during…

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Solving Access to Specialty Care for Rural Communities

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Limited access to specialty providers and internet connectivity continues to be a barrier to quality healthcare for rural communities worldwide. Rural patients typically have less income than those in urban areas, limiting their ability to afford care even if they can manage the travel to an urban location. Combine this...
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