Sun Health talks telemedicine in Zoom session

Posted 4/2/21

How will telemedicine impact the patient care experience?

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Sun Health talks telemedicine in Zoom session


How will telemedicine impact the patient care experience?

For the answers to this and more, mark calendars for the next virtual Coffee with Gina and Friends, at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, April 8.

Join Gina Ore, chief philanthropy officer at Sun Health Foundation, on Zoom with special guest Joel Barthelemy, founder and CEO of GlobalMed. Mr. Barthelemy also is a past member of the Sun Health Board of Directors.

Based in Scottsdale, GlobalMed powers the world’s largest, most advanced virtual health programs by designing and manufacturing integrated software and hardware telemedicine solutions that support patients at any point in the continuum of care.

Whether participants attended the first in the series in January, there is more information to share. In addition to the patient journey, attendees will also learn about patient outcomes, remote monitoring, care for chronic conditions and more.

Questions are welcome.

RSVP to Joyce Wilt at, or call 623-471-8508.