Presenting a quantum leap in telemedicine, Scottsdale, Arizona-based GlobalMed recently released its award-winning branded eNcounter platform, designed to streamline clinical and at-home care and even geared for interoperability with wearable devices, ensuring data-based outcomes.
GlobalMed representatives described eNcounter as “the final piece to the telemedicine puzzle,” modularized and easy to integrate with current systems to assure a smooth platform transition experience for users.
“At the heart of our mission is to empower our customers to extend their reach through connected care and dynamic collaboration,” GlobalMed’s founder and CEO Joel Barthelemy said. “[We] continue to set a new gold standard for responsible telemedicine enabling continuous provider/patient engagement that actually leverages evidence to drive toward positive outcomes.”
The firm’s chief operations officer, E. Patrick LaVoie, acknowledged that companies prefer flexible platforms to what he described as a “big bang” approach to telemedicine.
“Architecting a highly scalable, proven and modular platform allows decision makers the ability and autonomy to implement iteratively,” LaVoie said. “[We] encourage a data driven, [return on investment]-focused and sometimes functionality-specific approach to the telemedicine buying decision. No other company has the ability to offer this flexibility.”
GlobalMed provides telemedicine hardware and software in 55 nations, last year logging over 3.5 million consultations. It partners with health care organizations, government agencies and others to deliver HIPAA-compliant service; in 2016, it became the telemedicine provider of choice for the White House.