GlobalMed has deployed virtual health technology solutions across a range of national and state government agencies.

Defense Health Agency

GlobalMed technology is used by the US Armed Forces and is also used to train medical students at the Uniformed Services University during their Operations Bushmaster and Gunpowder exercises. GlobalMed is also the first synchronous virtual health technology provider awarded the Defense Health Agency Authority to Operate on the Department of Defense network.

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White House Medical Unit

Our solutions are used by the White House Medical Unit (WHMU) anywhere or anytime POTUS or visitors need virtual care: The White House, Air Force One, Motorcade, Camp David, Bedminster, etc. We continue to work directly with the WHMU team including a recent core training program where we taught the use of ultrasound technology in mobile and austere clinical settings in partnership with the Global Society for Disaster Medicine and Harvard Medical School.

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

GlobalMed telehealth solutions have been implemented in every VA hospital across the U.S. and in some extension service centers, including teleaudiology to tackle the nearly 60%+ veterans with hearing issues. A new telemedicine program for veterans featuring GlobalMed technology was launched in 2017 at the White House Roosevelt Room. Telehealth is also used for the VA’s mental health program and to treat the rise in poly-trauma cases to facilitate care coordination.

Federal Bureau of Prisons

Federal inmates serving time in federal correctional facilities are treated virtually by providers using GlobalMed solutions. In addition, over 15 states have implemented GlobalMed solutions in their correctional locations reporting expansion and positive ROI in several telemedicine specialties and look to GlobalMed as their primary telehealth partner and subject matter expert.

California Correctional Health Care Services

The California Correctional Health Care Services (CCHCS) Telemedicine Services (TMS) adopted GlobalMed solutions and has continued implementation, expansion and improvement of telemedicine services, resulting in increased access to healthcare for their patient/inmate population, increased public safety, and a decreased patient/inmate offsite medical transportation cost. Read case study.

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

GlobalMed solutions were chosen by NATO for disaster response and humanitarian crises. To put our remote care products to the test, they conducted a field exercise test in the Ukraine where they created a mock disaster from an explosion at a manufacturing plant, complete with field tents, treating patients by successfully connecting to physicians and care providers in other locations. See video.

UK National Health Service and NHS Scotland

GlobalMed solutions have been deployed and are in use in the UK National Health Service and in Scotland NHS. Specialty shortages in the UK are being filled by virtual visits and they were able to transform their hand surgery pathway in the Western Isles of Scotland, reducing patient travel and increasing patient satisfaction.

Portuguese Army

Portugal was looking for a way to provide patient care for their active-duty Army members by expanding the services of their military hospitals to connect with specialists in other locations. They chose GlobalMed software, delivery systems, and medical devices to optimize their virtual care capabilities.