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Phoenix Business Journal: Former White House doctor sees advantages in telemedicine for U.S. president

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Photo Credit: Phoenix Business Journal After last week’s announcement that GlobalMed’s telemedicine technology is in the White House and on Air Force One, we reached out to Dr. Connie Mariano, a former White House doctor, to hear her thoughts on this type of technology being used to care for the…

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Mitigating Healthcare Costs and Increasing Revenue

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Incorporating telemedicine into a healthcare practice is a major and impactful decision. Telemedicine solutions can provide an array of benefits for both providers and patients, but in a more practical sense, you may be questioning the revenue-generating capabilities telehealth has to offer. In today’s blog post, we’ll present three scenarios…

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PRESS RELEASE: Arizona Based Telemedicine Provider GlobalMed®, Featured in White House Press Conference Aug. 3, 2017

By | General Interest, GlobalMed in the News, Health Information Technology, Patient Engagement, Press, telemedicine software, Telemedicine Technologies | No Comments

US Veterans Use The Same Medical Technology As President (Scottsdale, Ariz.)—GlobalMed®, the worldwide leader in telemedicine delivery solutions, is honored to be highlighted in the August 3 White House press conference with its ClinicalAccess® Station, TotalExam® 3 Camera, Transportable Exam Station, and eNcounter software platform. During the conference, President Trump,…

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Telemedicine. At Your Service.

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When you look at the telemedicine ecosphere, everyone says “any device, anytime, anywhere” or some variation thereof. Here at GlobalMed, we take a much more personal and well-rounded approach to developing telemedicine solutions. We truly believe telemedicine should be a service that benefits you when you need it, whether you…

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Bill Lewis

PRESS RELEASE: ClearHealth Quality Institute Forms Telemedicine Accreditation Standards Committee

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Committee Co-Chaired by National Leaders Alexis Gilroy, JD and William Lewis, MD, MBA Annapolis, MD / PR Web / July 26, 2017 – ClearHealth Quality InstituteTM (CHQI) announces today the formation of its Telemedicine Accreditation Standards Committee. The 15-member panel, comprised of a wide range of independent experts representing industry,…

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eNcounter® 4 – Healthcare on Your Terms

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GlobalMed is proud to announce the release of eNcounter® 4, the latest evolution of our evidence-based telemedicine software platform. With newly added features, eNcounter 4 delivers a tailored and easily customizable solution for healthcare providers to reduce cost and grow their practice. Engage Patients With improved user experience, eNcounter 4…

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Phoenix Biz Journal Names Arizona’s Top Tech Execs

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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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