Designed for Easy Maneuverability in Telemedicine Applications
AMD Global Telemedicine Inc. (AMD), the world’s leading supplier of clinical Telemedicine Encounter Management Solutions (TEMS), announces Clinical Assist a lightweight telemedicine system designed for easy maneuverability in telemedicine applications.
Clinical Assist is a complete telemedicine system with a smaller footprint than AMD’s other telemedicine systems making it effortless to transport from room to room in a hospital or clinic setting. Designed in conjunction with JACO, Inc., the cart’s lightweight components are manufactured out of aircraft-grade aluminum and sealed with antimicrobial powder coat finish to survive years of use in a demanding healthcare environment. Clinical Assist is a modular system that can be integrated with telemedicine software technology and accommodates multiple medical devices.
“Healthcare organizations come to us with a full range of needs for a reliable telemedicine solution. They want a single telemedicine platform deployable on a range of mobile carts,” commented Bruce Bond, North American Director of AMD’s Telemedicine Program Design Group. “Our customers tell us Clinical Assist fits perfectly in our product line because it offers a mid-range option for a mobile cart in terms of price and functionality,” added Bond.
AMD Global Telemedicine will be showcasing Clinical Assist in our booth at the American Telemedicine Association Conference in Baltimore, MD on May 17-20, 2014.
About AMD Global Telemedicine, Inc.
AMD Global Telemedicine, Inc. (AMD) is the leading provider of Telemedicine Encounter Management Solutions (TEMS) to over 7,400 patient end-points in more than 94 countries. Since 1991, AMD has pioneered the development of clinical telemedicine as a way of bringing quality medical care to rural and underdeveloped areas around the world. AMD provides personalized telemedicine solutions pairing our specialized medical devices with our data aggregation and communication technologies, in order to connect a patient with a remote clinical healthcare provider. For more information, visit www.amdtelemedicine.com.