HYEBRIDGE TELE-HEALTH

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HyeBridge Telehealth Armenian Telemedicine Program provides a better quality of life for all Armenians through faster, more effective healthcare. The program is designed to deliver improved healthcare to underserved rural Armenian communities.

HyeBridge Tele-health Armenian Telemedicine Program strives to provide a better quality of life for all Armenians through faster, more effective healthcare.

AAHPO is a partner with the Armenia Fund USA to deliver improved healthcare to underserved rural Armenian communities. This Armenian telemedicine program uses Internet-based videoconferencing technologies and a dedicated website to deliver continuous medical education and diagnostic and treatment services to local healthcare providers and patients.

HyeBridge Tele-health features a specially-designed education website, and an Internet-based videoconferencing network linking seven Tavush hospitals and health centers with Yerevan State Medical University. The program enables local Armenian health care providers to conduct diagnostic and educational telemedicine sessions with our network of U.S. based physician and health care providers.

If you are interested in participating in the HyeBridge TeleHealth program by providing valuable information to our colleagues and patients in Armenia, Contact Us. If you would like to donate to this program, please visit Donate.

Tele-Health
HyeBridge Tele Health
The HyeBridge Telehealth Armenian Telemedicine Program uses Internet-based videoconferencing technologies and a dedicated website to deliver continuous medical education and diagnostic and treatment services to local healthcare providers and patients.

HyeBridge Tele HealthAREAS SERVED
The program initially targets five rural villages in the Tavush region with the telemedicine program. Once established, Armenia Fund USA will then expand the scope of the program to include 159 villages in five additional regions.

The Tavush marz, including the villages of Aygedzor, Voskevan, Sevkar, Aygehovit , is 64 percent rural with a population of nearly 122,000 people spread across more than 40 communities. As of 2004, the Tavush marz was home to 228 doctors and 604 nurses, a lower average than Armenia as a whole.

PROGRAM FEATURES
HyeBridge Telehealth features a specially-designed education website, and an Internet-based videoconferencing network linking seven Tavush hospitals and health centers with Yerevan State Medical University after Heratsi.

HyeBridge Tele HealthThe program enables local healthcare providers to:

  • Access a full database of education modules, created by medical faculty at Yerevan State Medical University of Heratshi, and other critical learning resources, for continuing medical education purposes.
  • Consult the latest medical journals and articles via a subscription to Ovid Technologies, a leading provider of electronic medical, scientific, and academic research information solutions that includes hundreds of databases, more than thousand journals and books from dozens of publishers.
  • Conduct local diagnostic and educational, “grand round” of telemedicine sessions with doctors in Armenia and/or a network of U.S.-based physicians.

HyeBridge Tele HealthPROGRAM PARTNERS
AAHPO is a partner with the Armenia Fund USA and Yerevan State Medical University, who have partnered with several other key organizations. AAHPO, Polycom, Inc, Karabakh Telecom, and VivaCell, are working together to provide the necessary technologies, infrastructure, and knowledge to power HyeBridge Telehealth.

HyeBridge Partners

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