Defense Health Agency issues new operating license to GlobalMed
“It has always been a personal priority to increase access to health care for members and families of the military, navy, air force, navies, space force and of the Coast Guard, ”said Joel E. Barthelemy, CEO and Vice President of GlobalMed and a Marine Corps Reserve Veteran. “The Department of Defense is a huge healthcare provider and network security is a high priority. GlobalMed is committed to all aspects of security and compliance in all of our applications having recently completed our SOC 2 review Type 2 with even more stringent security clearances on our roadmap Our commitment to providing unmatched performance, security and scalability extends beyond our government customers to those in the commercial enterprise space, providing groups of doctors and non-government hospitals an additional measure of reinsurance. ”
DHA selected GlobalMed for its HIPAA-compliant virtual telemedicine platform that seamlessly and securely connects healthcare professionals and patients, regardless of their location. GlobalMed is also the telehealth provider for the White House Medical Unit and has deployed its solutions in hospitals and VA outreach centers, as well as other departments and agencies across the United States.
For more information on GlobalMed’s solutions, please visit: https://www.globalmed.com
GlobalMed powers the world’s largest and most advanced virtual health platform that supports a patient at any point in the continuum of care. Providers have integrative software and data capture tools to deliver a complete and accurate patient encounter for evidence-based treatment and improved patient outcomes. Providers looking to manage capacity, reduce costs, and deliver medicines responsibly, will get everything they need from a single platform.
With more than 40 million consultations delivered in nearly 60 countries and specializing in federal and commercial spaces, GlobalMed’s virtual health platform is deployed in its highly secure Microsoft Azure environment and is used worldwide from VA, DoD and White House medical unit at rural American hospitals. , prisons, oil platforms, villages of Africa. Founded in 2002 by a veteran of the Marine Corps Reserve, still CEO.