News | May 6, 2014

AMD Global Telemedicine Announces ExamFlow Software To Optimize Telemedicine Workflow Procedures And Coordinate Patient Care

Real-Time Visualization and Data Analysis of Patient Flow and Provider Resources

AMD Global Telemedicine Inc. (AMD), the world’s leading supplier of clinical Telemedicine Encounter Management Solutions (TEMS), announces ExamFlow software to optimize telemedicine workflow procedures and coordinate patient care. The software uses real-time visualization of patient flow and provider resources to initiate the connection between clinical sites and remote specialists.

ExamFlow , designed by AMD Global Telemedicine and powered by Visual Clinic LLC, was developed to manage the workflow of telemedicine patients as they move through the various process steps from arrival to checkout. Each step is then measured against client-defined procedures and target times in order to automatically compute performance statistics and compare day-to-day activities. Using Lean Six Sigma methods, the software eliminates exam site bottlenecks and optimizes remote specialist resources.

“It is widely known that very rarely does an appointment at the Doctor’s office start and stop on time. Once you add telemedicine consultations to this process, the coordination of people and resources coming together at the right time is truly challenging,” commented Dan McCafferty, VP of Global Sales and Corporate Development at AMD Global Telemedicine. “ExamFlow uses browser based visualization and an event engine to ensure that everyone involved in the care process - patients, doctors, nurses, technicians and administrative staff are all in balance and at maximum productivity” added McCafferty.

AMD Global Telemedicine will be launching ExamFlow at the American Telemedicine Association Conference in Baltimore, MD on May 17-20, 2014. Stop by booth 6017 for a live demonstration of this technology.

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

Source: AMD Global Telemedicine, Inc.