Nomad Health Announces First Ever Telemedicine Jobs Marketplace

Nomad Health, which operates the first online marketplace for freelance healthcare jobs, today announced that it has expanded into the rapidly growing telemedicine jobs market.

After raising a $4 million Series A round in 2016, Nomad Health has launched its freelance platform for doctors and nurses, and now the company is broadening its innovative technology to connect doctors directly with telehealth employers – making it the first online marketplace for telemedicine jobs.

“Telemedicine is positively changing the way that healthcare is delivered in the U.S. It offers an incredibly promising solution to the difficult challenges of healthcare costs and access,” said Dr. Alexi G. Nazem, CEO and Co-Founder of Nomad Health, and a Harvard and Yale trained internal medicine doctor.

As for growth, telemedicine is projected to have seven million patient users by 2018 and to become a $36.2 billion industry as early as 2020.

We’re told that Nomad Health is already working with more than ten of the nation’s top providers of telemedicine, and the number of jobs on the platform has been growing quickly. Openings include tele-urgent care, teledermatology, and telepsychiatry jobs.

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