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Phoenix Biz Journal Names Arizona’s Top Tech Execs

By | General Interest, GlobalMed in the News, Telemedicine Technologies, Uncategorized | No Comments

GlobalMed’s Chief Technology Officer Mike Harris was one of the nominees. First, it’s appropriate to mention those chosen for the tech awards in seven categories at a dinner May 11th at the Phoenix Art Museum banquet and to thank the Phoenix Business Journal. Heidi Jannenga, the co-founder and president of…

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Telemedicine Is the Driver for Changing Healthcare Delivery

By | General Interest, Legal Issues, Medical Board, Reimbursement, Telemedicine Technologies | No Comments

While the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact will make it easier for physicians to be licensed in other states for telemedicine, the Creating Opportunities Now for Necessary and Effective Care Technologies would use telemedicine appropriately for Medicare. So far, the Compact (IMLC) has been approved by state legislatures in 19 states….

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GlobalMed Draws Crowds at American Telemedicine Association Meeting

By | General Interest, Patient Engagement, Public Policy, Telemedicine Technologies | No Comments

Telehealth 2.0 is the name of this year’s American Telemedicine Association (ATA) meeting and tradeshow at the Orlando Convention Center in Florida.  This year, GlobalMed is demonstrating eNcounter 4 to attendees, our telemedicine software platform that works on tablets and smartphones as well as laptops and desktop computers. eNcounter now…

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Telemedicine Bill Receives Favorable Approval from Key Florida Committee

By | General Interest, Legal Issues, Public Policy, Reimbursement | No Comments

Florida has struggled to find a path to telemedicine parity for the past three or four years. Stymied by opposition in the last legislative session, lawmakers punted in 2016, creating a statewide Telehealth Advisory Committee to develop recommendations. The committee has submitted a preliminary report, and it concluded that the…

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Here’s why GlobalMed acquired telemedicine startup TreatMD

By | GlobalMed in the News | No Comments

“GlobalMed was already facilitating some 3.5 million virtual visits annually. Now, with the integration of TreatMD’s platform with GlobalMed’s existing examination and imaging systems, several new functions will be offered. These include on-demand scheduling, insurance eligibility checks, electronic prescribing, home monitoring through wearable devices, credit card payment processing, and workflow…

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GlobalMed Announces Acquisition of TreatMD

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Scottsdale, Ariz. (March 7, 2017) — GlobalMed®, the worldwide leader in telemedicine delivery solutions with over 3.5 million consults in 2016, announced today the acquisition of TreatMD out of Miami, Florida.  Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. TreatMD is a revolutionary, robust and scalable software platform that when integrated…

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Telemedicine Industry Leader GlobalMed Launches a Customized TV Network for Hospitals

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GlobalMedTV® will offer custom, high quality entertainment, news and information to healthcare facilities and organizations, 24 hours a day. Scottsdale, AZ (February 15, 2017) — GlobalMed® – the worldwide leader in healthcare delivery systems – is introducing GlobalMedTV to easily share news and messages throughout a healthcare facility. In collaboration…

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Well, NeuroCall uses GlobalMed's p8500 pull cart. This cart was actually designed for us, and that in my opinion is what sets GlobalMed apart from other vendors because you can go to a vendor and say, “This is what I need. Can you build it?” And they're going to say, “Well, this is what we have. Can you buy it?” And we never get that from GlobalMed.

Josh RandallNeuroCall, Inc.

GlobalMed is about as customized and individual as you can be. They go in and literally assess the need. What specialties do you need this technology for, whether it be a stroke or pediatrics or tele-dermatology, and then they customize the product to those needs.

Garfield JonesVice President of Sales, REACH Call

I can do everything but touch the patient…I see a lot of the studies that say telemedicine is equivalent to being there. But, I actually think there is a case for saying at times telemedicine is better than being there.

Kathleen WebsterChair, Pediatric Special Interest Group at American Telemedicine Association