RIDGEFIELD, NJ. – October 1, 2021: GD, a telemedicine company that specializes in mobile telemedicine and telehealth, announced today that Barry Weinstein, Cathy Johnson, and Brian Miller will attend to represent General Devices to discuss mobile telehealth solutions that optimize emergency medicine at the upcoming ACEP21 Scientific Assembly Conference in Boston from October 25-28.
The four-day event brings emergency medicine practitioners, physicians, and students together for an immersive educational experience on essential practice and risk management courses, and provides an opportunity to learn clinical and industry updates.
GD has developed cutting-edge products that aim to improve team efficiency while reducing medical error and cost across emergency medicine. The GD team is excited to share its latest solutions at this year’s annual ACEP Conference. A representative will be available to answer providers’ and attendees’ questions and give additional information on the mobile telemedicine technology that enables Simply Smarter Patient Care. GD has decades of experience working with first responders and hospitals to build their own easy-to-navigate templates for these solutions, including interface, alerts, buttons, workflow, and authorized participants.
Visit the ACEP21 Scientific Assembly Conference website to register for the event. To learn more about our telemedicine company and GD solution advantages for fire, EMS, and healthcare organizations visit general-devices.com or contact us to set up a one-on-one meeting to discuss GD’s current offerings.
ABOUT GD (General Devices)
GD is a 40-year-old medical technology company that specializes in mobile telemedicine and telehealth that enables simply smarter patient care by empowering hospitals, EMS, mobile integrated healthcare, community paramedicine, and public safety responders with the most comprehensive, highly configurable, and affordable medical team communications solutions. Learn more at general-devices.com.