Global Partnership for TeleHealth was also very happy to have meetings with many Kazakhstani companies that are interested in medical technology.
Waycross, GA (PRWEB) November 13, 2014
On September 24th, Global Partnership for TeleHealth (GPT) traveled to Kazakhstan to meet with government officials and key business stakeholders discussing investment opportunities in healthcare and medicine. GPT was privileged to be one of only 100 invited guests and the only representation from the United States.
The Astana-Health 2014 exhibition brings together over 15 countries to exhibit and discuss medical and healthcare investment opportunities around the world. With an emphasis on the investment climate of Kazakhstan and attraction of the Kazakhstani business leaders toward investing and implementation of healthcare projects, GPT was happy to present and demo our network and technology. Dr. Jeffrey Kesler attended this event and discussed how GPT technology and network capabilities encompasses not only the development of medicine in rural and underserved parts of the world, but also its connection to pharmaceuticals, education, and high resolution digital images that can be utilized for patient visits.
Global Partnership for TeleHealth was also very happy to have meetings with many Kazakhstani companies that are interested in medical technology. GPT met with the CEO of National Medical Holding, Dr. Kenneth Alibek. Dr. Alibek was interested in Global Partnership for TeleHealth's platform and application of telemedicine within the United States and abroad. In addition, a large medical equipment company in Kazakhstan is also looking at ways to partner with GPT for their telemedicine ventures.
GPT was honored to make connections with Kazakhstan's governmental agencies The Department of Development of Electronic Healthcare under the Ministry of Health wanted to know more about telemedicine and how it is utilized in America. They were specifically interested in consultations for children in remote areas of the country, dental diagnostics, and specialists within speech therapy.
Global Partnership for TeleHealth continues to think globally and work toward spreading telemedicine nationally and internationally. Kazakhstan is the most recent frontier for GPT with hopes to continue to explore cultures and countries in need of telemedicine services.