SOURCE: Clinical Fellows Inc.

Clinical Fellows Inc.

June 05, 2012 11:10 ET

Clinical Fellows Inc. Launches Global Telehealth Platform

Pioneering Service Provides Affordable Access to World-Class Medicine

BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - Jun 5, 2012) - Leading global telehealth company Clinical Fellows Inc. has successfully launched a web-based platform which will provide private access to top tier, United States board certified doctors to anyone, anywhere in the world.

In an increasingly globalized world, Clinical Fellows understands the opportunities and challenges facing the healthcare sector, namely in the quality and delivery of medical services. "We have taken the first digital step in balancing global healthcare inequality," said Ayman Sharaiha, CEO of Clinical Fellows. Clinical Fellows' aim is to decrease the cost of healthcare for US patients and export that same quality to international patients.

With Clinical Fellows, anyone with a computer and an Internet connection will have access to some of the finest physicians in the US for a second opinion on a diagnosis, or simply to have a one-on-one, informational discussion with a specialist. The telehealth platform is equipped with scheduling, videoconferencing, and health record tools which will enable easy interaction between doctor and patient.

Clinical Fellows encompasses doctors from some of the most prestigious teaching hospitals in the world, including John's Hopkins, New York Presbyterian, Yale-New Haven, Cleveland Clinic and others. Among our network of physicians are specialists in key fields, such as gastroenterology, cardiology, psychiatry, pediatrics, obstetrics, gynecology, and internal medicine.

Telehealth has appeared in a multitude of studies which prove its ability to increase quality of care through its accuracy while also improving patient satisfaction rates. It is proving to be a highly effective tool in alleviating the inefficiencies of global healthcare and increasing access to quality patient care. "Close contact with patients is no longer as essential as we may have been trained to think, and this opens the door to many new possibilities," said Talal Sharaiha, Chief Medical Officer.

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