Innovationse-Bridge™ Mobile Telemedicine

e-Bridge™ Mobile Telemedicine

The Future of Connected Care is Already in Your Hands.


With e-Bridge™ Mobile Telemedicine, share HIPAA-secure voice, text, photos, data, video clips and stream live with confidence and ease using your smartphone, tablet, Toughbook or PC. Plus record and log for quality assessment, training and medical-legal documentation.

The results? Speedy and reliable multimedia communication with EMS, Community Paramedics, physicians, specialists and hospitals anywhere. Improved decision-making. Enhanced situational awareness. Features to help provide better quality and more cost-effective patient care.

So What is Telemedicine?  The term 'telemedicine' derives from the Greek 'tele' meaning 'at a distance' and the present word 'medicine' which derives from the Latin 'mederi' meaning 'healing'.  In the jargon of today, telemedicine refers to the delivery of health care at a distance.

GD & Telemedicine:  Did you know that for more than 25 years, GD has been involved in telemedicine?

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Recent Innovative Enhancements for Mobile-Telemedicine: Mobile-telehealth

Vitals & Monitor Data e-Bridge, GD’s award winning mobile telemedicine system, now has the ability to securely capture and send vital signs, medical data, and images for documenting consults between providers in the field and physicians. This adds a new dimension for better patient care. Parameters acquired by an array of medical devices such as monitors, non-invasive blood pressure, SpO2, weight, ultrasound, otoscope and more can now be combined with text, forms, voice, pictures, video, and live video. This gives a complete documentation of a patient’s condition for mobile integrated healthcare, community paramedicine, and emergent EMS calls. - Responsive Innovation.  

Responding with Innovation

  • Stroke – Send recorded or live streaming video of the prehospital stroke assessment to the
    hospital or stroke center for documentation.
  • Trauma – Share pictures from the scene of the mechanism of injury with trauma teams to help with  preparation.
  • Mobile integrated healthcare/community paramedicine – Enable telemedicine consults between the patient and their physician with live streaming video.
  • Burns – Share pictures to enable physicians to better advise EMS on wound care prior to arrival and make optimal transport decisions.
  • Refusals – Document against medical advice patient refusals with video clips for liability protection.
  • Mass casualty – Send pictures, video clips or live streaming video from the scene to physicians, emergency communications or command centers to improve triage, situational awareness and resource allocation.
  • Bio/chemical/hazmat event – Photos, video clips or live streaming from the scene can help minimize the number of responders, healthcare providers and members of the public exposed, improve triage, speed up diagnosis and ensure patients are taken to facilities equipped to handle such emergencies.

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