A recently launched telemedicine program provides the underserved patient population on the island of Guam, with cost-effective real-time access to secure medical consultation services from specialists an ocean away. The Department of Public Health and Social Services and Good Samaritan Hospital partner to connect patients in Guam with medical staff in Los Angeles.

PROYECTO TELESALUD para Bolivia: a country-wide deployment to 339 remote health centers in Bolivia municipalities to support government initiatives to improve rural population access to healthcare. The scope of the project includes telemedicine program design, telemedicine carts, medical devices, encounter management software and technical training. The medical specialties serviced with the telemedicine equipment include primary care and women’s health.

In order to design and implement the project, the Ministry of Health teamed up with three cross-sector partners – International Telecommunication and Technology Integration S.A. (ITTI), a private Bolivian corporation, and Entel S.A., a public telecommunication company, owned by the State and AMD Global Telemedicine.

Delivering quality and cost effective healthcare to a growing population is a challenge for all countries and all governments. The question they face is how to care for more people conveniently, cost effectively and at a consistently high level. Cisco's HealthPresence is one possible answer! Watch this video to see how AMD's solutions are part of Cisco's HealthPresence.

AMD's devices are part of the Cisco's HealthPresence Solution.

AMD's devices are shown with Cisco's HealthPresence Solution.

AMD's solutions were selected by Dhiraagu as the telemedicine solutions provider for the Maldives Ministry of Health.

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