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Press Release: GlobalMed Taps Telehealth Expert Gigi Sorenson to Lead Clinical Integration

By September 27, 2017April 27th, 2018GlobalMed in the News, Press

GlobalMed Taps Telehealth Expert, Gigi Sorenson, to Lead Clinical Integration

We are excited to announce today that Gigi Sorenson has joined the company as Director of Clinical Integration. Sorensons three decades of experience implementing new care delivery solutions, including telehealth, will strengthen GlobalMeds ability to enhance product and business process delivery with even greater clinical intent.

Sorenson comes to GlobalMed from Northern Arizona Healthcare, Flagstaff Medical Center, where she worked for 15 years. Most recently, she was Director of Telehealth & Community Connected Care. In this role, she led the strategic and administrative oversight for planning, development and implementation of a system-focused, comprehensive telehealth program. In parallel, she developed and implemented a remote pat, ent monitoring program as well as a direct-to-consumer virtual urgent care product.

I am thrilled to be joining GlobalMed, a company that I regard as a pioneer in telehealth solutions, said Sorenson. I have always been impressed with their dedication to creating products and services that enhance patient access. I look forward to working with the companys leaders to transform healthcare by making telehealth a standard practice of care delivery.

Gigis significant experience with successful care delivery and telehealth implementations will provide valuable expertise to GlobalMed as we execute on our strategic imperatives, said Joel Barthelemy, Chief Executive Officer, GlobalMed. We are thrilled that she has agreed to join our team to ensure the successful clinical integration of our telehealth solutions at health systems worldwide.
Earlier in her career, Sorenson held clinical positions focused on cardiovascular health at Freeport Health Network, Rockford Cardiology Associates, Saint Anthony Medical Center and Rockford Memorial Hospital.

A firm believer in giving back, Sorenson has been doing missionary work for 14 years through FaithWorks, a non-profit organization with a medical mission that runs primary care clinics in remote areas in Mexico and Tanzania.

Sorenson holds both an MS and BS in Nursing from Northern Illinois University in Dekalb, IL. She is Lean Six Sigma certified and is an active member of the American Telemedicine Association and the Arizona Telemedicine Council.

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