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Get Specialized Training in Telemedicine Deployment for your practice or organization or as a career. Universities, Corporate Training, In-house Solutions Training, Consultants. On-campus, In house or Online.The Telemedicine Directory provides easy access to the top Universities, Colleges and Institutions as well as private training companies providing education on-site and on location for implementers of telemedicine. 

Telemedicine Initiative Used To Improve Outcomes Care For ALS Patients

JEMS Technology  – February 23, 2015 - The Telemedicine Initiative, with support from the ALS Association Michigan Chapter and the Daniel and Pamella DeVos Family Foundation, Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo, Mich. is using the JEMS Technology Telehealth System to deliver improved patient care and outcomes. The JEMS Telehealth System connects physicians and ALS patients in remote and underserved communities in northern Michigan to specialists at Bronson Methodist Hospital, where expert care is available.

“ALS patients and their caregivers face the unique challenge of having to travel to several specialists to receive all of the care that is required to combat the full-body, degenerative nature of the disease,” explained Paula Morning, executive director of the ALS Association Michigan Chapter. “Telemedicine allows the ALS patient a unique opportunity to become educated about their disease and receive uncompromised care through face-to-face interaction with experts across all domains of care. Recent donations to the ALS Association made it possible for Bronson to use the JEMS Telehealth System; those who participated in the ice bucket challenge this summer made this patient care possible.”

Using the JEMS Telehealth System, medical professionals can send live streaming video to a specialty physician via an iPhone, iPad or Android-based phone or tablet. The specialist will be able to review the video on their smart device in real time and respond with medical advice. The JEMS Telehealth System is easy to use and has been proven in the most challenging environments.

Dustin Nowacek, MD, Bronson Methodist Hospital’s medical director for neuromuscular services and neurodiagnostics, explained the impact of the technology, saying, “Telemedicine will give ALS patients in northern Michigan – and several other rural areas across the country – access to the multidisciplinary clinic approach to ALS care, which in itself has been shown to improve ALS care. Incorporating telemedicine in our outpatient neurology clinic at Bronson Methodist Hospital is the opportunity for our highly qualified physicians to use their specialized interests and training to expand their services to patients who would otherwise not have that access.”

At latter stages, ALS is incredibly costly, with treatment expenses as high as $200,000 annually.

“The economic impact of ALS makes a strong case for using technology to disrupt the status quo,” said Kevin Lasser, president of JEMS Technology. “The ALS Association Michigan Chapter and Bronson Methodist Hospital are forging an innovative path forward for patients and families that will increase quality of care and quality of life at a time when help and hope make a difference. The JEMS Telehealth System is simply the conduit that enables physicians and specialists to deliver expert care in a way that’s convenient for patients and their caregivers.”

About the ALS Association
Established in 1985, The ALS Association is the only national non-profit organization fighting Lou Gehrig’s Disease on every front. By leading the way in global research, providing assistance for people with ALS through a nationwide network of chapters, coordinating multidisciplinary care through certified clinical care centers, and fostering government partnerships, The Association builds hope and enhances quality of life while aggressively searching for new treatments and a cure.

About JEMS Technology
Headquartered in Orion, Mich., JEMS Technology’s focus is simple: Consult. Anytime. Anywhere. It specializes in secure, encrypted real-time video to hand held devices, including the iPhone, iPad, Android-based phones and Android-based tablets. JEMS Technology is focused on the healthcare market, where remote access to secure live video can assist healthcare providers to deliver better care. From real-time video to phone connectivity, JEMS Technology is effective, easy-to-use and easy to implement. For more information, visit

Award Solutions

Award Solutions, Inc. provides training and consulting in advanced wireless and Internet technologies such as LTE, UMTS/HSPA/HSPA+, GSM/GPRS/EDGE, 1xEV-DO, WiMAX, and IP. We provide clients with innovative, cost-effective solutions that rapidly boost workforce productivity and competence to more quickly meet market demands.

The training and consulting solutions delivered by Award have proven successful for telecommunications and Internet equipment manufacturers, service providers, and management consulting firms since 1997.

LEVER Technology Group

LEVER Technology Group plc is a leading network consultancy, training and support services provider. We are acknowledged experts in the technologies that are vital to the success of modern organisations. We deliver the largest portfolio of vendor-independent training in mobile communications, wireless, telecommunications, data networking and network security, and have an unrivalled ability to deliver bespoke training solutions.


mpirical have an excellent track record and are recognized globally for the development and delivery of high quality training to the telecoms industry.

Perpetual Solutions

We are a global provider of onsite training solutions across a wide range of technical and non-technical topics. Our value proposition is simple: high quality, low cost.

WiMAX 20|20

There are over 250 variables to consider when deploying a WiMAX network. How do you estimate the profitability of new WiMAX services? What are the financial requirements? WiMAX 20|20, a broadband wireless consulting company, has developed a new Business Case analysis tool called WiROI. Operators can customize a business case  analysis with technical, financial, and marketing parameters for their target markets and consider all capital and operating expenses surrounding a WiMAX deployment. The tool outputs a 10 year financial plan, business valuation, and financial metrics. The powerful WiROI GUI enables the user to perform Sensitivity Analyses in real-time and see the results in a graphical format instantly.