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AMD Global Telemedicine Taps Global Director


AMD Global Telemedicine Inc. — a pioneer of clinical Telemedicine Encounter Management Solutions (TEMS) — announced Monday that Ron Emerson has joined their leadership team to further develop their expanding portfolio of technology innovations and partnership developments.

We’re told that Ron brings over sixteen years experience building strategic relationships and growing telemedicine programs worldwide at Polycom and Maine Telemedicine Services.

Ron joins AMD as the Global Director of Strategic and Partner Development to continue his success of accelerating strategic business opportunities and creating comprehensive telehealth solutions.

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Telemedicine Helps University of Miami Reach Milestone


Telemedicine Helps University of Miami Reach MilestoneTelemedicine is making waves in Miami.

AMD Global Telemedicine Inc. says it is now helping the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine remove barriers associated with pediatric follow-up appointments for uninsured children.

According to an announcement shared with mHealthWatch on Tuesday morning, The University of Miami Pediatric Mobile Clinic (UMPMC) is using AMD’s Portable TeleClinic to provide immediate access to remote specialist care and increase patient compliance to follow-up appointments.
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AMD Global Telemedicine Awards Excellence in Telemedicine


AMD Global Telemedicine Awards Excellence in TelemedicineAMD Global Telemedicine Inc., one of the world’s premier suppliers of clinical Telemedicine Encounter Management Solutions, has high praise to offer the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) Medical Services Bureau.

The Bureau has been named the recipient of the annual AMD Global Telemedicine President’s Award for Telemedicine Excellence.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Medical Services Bureau was selected by AMD Global Telemedicine for this award based on their ability to successfully implement and sustain a telemedicine program that has improved the quality of care for their patients.

As the world’s largest jail system, they are responsible for the healthcare needs of over 18,000 patients.

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