American Telemedicine Association Partners with Global Charities

 

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American Telemedicine Association
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Founder and CEO of the telemedicine platform Medweb, Peter Killcommons, MD, has offered medical aid in the form of guidance and Medweb services to various international communities. While visiting Jalalabad, Afghanistan, he assisted in installing medical equipment and training doctors. Dr. Peter (Pete) Killcommons is also a member of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA).

With the mission of improving health care delivery around the globe, the ATA partners with international telehealth groups through its Global Partners program. Partnerships established through the program build a global alliance that can benefit worldwide health care via shared resources and joint projects.

Among its Global Partners projects, the ATA has set up a fund to raise money for international telemedicine charities. Donations are accepted for three charities: the Swinfen Charitable Trust, Icons in Medicine, and Project HOPE. ATA members as well as corporations, foundations, and individuals can donate to the fund. Contributions are either general or can be earmarked for one of the three listed charities.

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