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The Addis Clinic Partnership Expands Women’s Telehealth Global Footprint

Women’s Telehealth is pleased to announce the partnership with The Addis Clinic, to provide volunteer obstetric and maternal-fetal medical expertise to healthcare workers in other countries lacking high risk OB physicians. Michelle Turner, Executive Director, and Meghan Moretti, Clinical Operations Manager, The Addis Clinic, and Tanya Mack, President of Women’s Telehealth, met at the Global Partnership for Telehealth’s Conference in Georgia this past spring. They later connected at the national ATA meeting and decided to combine resources to increase access to high risk OB care through Addis Clinic’s global partner clinics and telemedicine.

The Addis Clinic is a non-profit organization that connects volunteer physicians with local organizations to provide health care to vulnerable and underserved populations around the world. The primarily locations served include sub-Saharan Africa, the Caribbean and Central America. It is estimated that there is a shortage of 4 million healthcare workers globally.

The Addis Clinic partners with medical experts willing to donate their expertise to help train frontline clinic healthcare workers thousands of miles away using an innovative healthcare communications platform.

Thus far, Women’s Telehealth has been able to remotely assist high risk OB patients and healthcare workers in Kenya for such obstetric problems as: stroke at 20 weeks gestation, uncontrolled diabetes mellitus and malaria infections in pregnant women.

For more information about The Addis Clinic visit: https://www.addisclinic.org/

Photo: Michelle Turner, Executive Director, The Addis Clinic; Tanya Mack, President, Women’s Telehealth

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Women’s Telehealth Announces New Partnership with Envision Healthcare

Women’s Telehealth welcomes Envision Healthcare’s Women and Children’s Division as a strategic partner. Envision Healthcare is a preferred national medical group that partners with hospitals and healthcare systems to provide anesthesia, emergency medicine, hospitalists, radiology, surgical and women and children’s services. They have a national network of over 25,000 clinicians over 45 states.

“This partnership expands the capabilities of both companies,” says WT President, Tanya Mack. “Envision Healthcare will add to their telehealth capabilities and NICU continuity of care and Women’s Telehealth will expand their service area to provide improved and quick access to maternal-fetal medicine services.”

Both companies share the goal of improving the clinical outcomes of high risk OB women and their babies. The WT team looks forward to working with Envision Healthcare team members, Deidre Jordan, VP of Clinical Operations, Juli Stover, VP of Virtual Health and Dr. Meg Prado, President of Envision’s Women and Children’s Services.

For more information about Envision Healthcare visit: https://www.evhc.net/

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