VIGILINT, Cleveland Clinic to Offer Real Time Telemedicine Service for Global Travelers

AmeriHealth New Jersey Turns Attention to TelemedicineBecause jet setters get sick too, a new partnership should bring renewed hope and care.

mHealthWatch has learned that VIGILINT and Cleveland Clinic are collaborating to offer the Global MedAssist Program (GMAP), a telemedicine program available at anytime from anywhere in the world.

This collaboration combines VIGILINT’s highly specialized emergency physicians and emergency preparedness experts with Cleveland Clinic’s global practice of physicians and specialists. GMAP provides 24/7/365 medical assistance for travelers worldwide.

Created in response to the increased demand for high-level medical care and consultations for global travelers, we’re told that the distance health collaboration augments existing health insurance with on-demand, full-spectrum care through a single point of contact.

“We are excited to join forces with world-renowned healthcare leader Cleveland Clinic to offer the global business community a robust telemedicine solution,” said James Humphlett, VIGILINT Chief Executive Officer.

Dr. Sean Siler, VIGILINT’s President and Chief Medical Officer, added, “GMAP is unrivaled in the marketplace, with unparalleled reach and most significantly has an unmatched global network of medical providers and facilities.”

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