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e-BridgeTM Mobile Telemedicine
The Future of Connected Care is Already in Your Hands.
Highly cost effective, e-Bridge Mobile Telemedicine does not require the purchase of any special equipment and involves only one low annual subscription fee. A variety of plans accommodates both large and small systems so you only pay for what you need.
With e-Bridge, share HIPAA-secure voice, text, photos, data, video clips and stream live with confidence and ease using your smartphone, tablet or PC. Plus record, and log for quality assessment, training and medical-legal documentation.
|Features & Benefits||Uses|
|"I can do a more thorough evaluation, make a better diagnosis, provide better care, and better answer the questions, 'What do we need to do for this patient?'"|
|Dr. Dan Godbee, Medical Director East Baton Rouge EMS|
| Choose who to send your messages to.||Fully integrates with the CAREpoint Workstation.|
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|Use e-Bridge with Sonim tough devices. ||Intutive design for ease of use in all settings. |
|For more mobile telemedicine information, download your free copy of our informative whitepaper, Mobile Telemedicine: An Innovation Whose Time Has Come.|
Baton Rouge launches e-Bridge based EMS Telemedicine Program
On March 12, 2009, the City of Baton Rouge (BR), Louisiana initiated its state-of-the-art “BR Med-Connect” EMS Telemedicine program with an inauguration event attended by the Mayor, East Baton Rouge Parish EMS Personnel, and physicians and administrators from Our Lady of the Lake Hospital. Read More...
ER-Link makes the news: ER-Link was featured on Tucson’s Channel 12
ER-Link was featured on Tucson's Channel 12, the highly acclaimed City News Station. Read More...
Tucson Channel 4 ER-Link Video Interview
"ER-Link is the first operational EMS telemedicine system in the country and it’s right here in Tucson. The Tucson Fire Department made the announcement back in 2000. Read More...
Amazon Swim: EMS Telemedicine From Tucson to Amazon
While located in Tucson, Arizona, Dr. Rifat Latifi from Tucson's University Medical Center will be "virtually present" in the Amazon basin of Peru and Brazil via General Devices e-Bridge EMS Telemedicine system. Read More...