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Globaltel Media Appoints Leading Healthcare Industry Veterans to Advisory Board
Date:7/29/2009

SAN DIEGO, July 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Globaltel Media, the first company to provide enriched text communication solutions that can reach over 3.5 billion mobile phones globally, today announced the formation of a Mobile Healthcare Advisory Board comprised of distinguished healthcare industry leaders.

Key Facts:

  • The mission of the 7-member advisory board is to provide Globaltel Media's executive management team with strategic direction and insight into industry-specific issues of immediate concern to hospitals, labs, physicians and other healthcare professionals.
  • Globaltel Media enables healthcare professionals to engage in interactive mobile dialog through managed, two-way SMS text messaging.
  • The Globaltel Media system is used for a variety of healthcare applications, including:
    • Public awareness campaigns
    • Urgent requests for emergency services
    • Discreet patient consultations
    • Post-operative follow up information
    • Patient education
  • Fully HIPAA-compliant, Globaltel Alirti(TM) technology enables the secure delivery of X-rays, EKGs, scans, images, test results and informational videos as text messages.
  • To try a demo:
    • Text the keyword DIAGNOSE to short code 53137.
    • Text FLOODTEST to short code 53137.

Charter Healthcare Advisory Board Members:

Supporting Quotes:

Robert Sanchez, president and CEO at Globaltel Media said:

"This respected team of healthcare leaders is committed to improving mobile communications and collaborative care initiatives. The advisory board provides critical industry perspective as we move forward with more healthcare applications of our mobile communications platform."

Dr. David Flood, orthopedic surgeon said:

"In my line of work, post-op care is crucial to patient recovery, and the Alirti technology enables me to provide my patients with the appropriate rehabilitation information in video format at any time. It is a great convenience and time saver to be able to provide clear instructions and examples as video directly to my patients' mobile phones. This allows me to remain in close contact, without requiring them to make additional office visits. The interactive nature of the Globaltel system also enables me to dialog with my patients via text messages if they have questions, or need clarification regarding the information provided."

About Globaltel Media

Globaltel Media is the first company to provide true two-way text dialog with rich media from any PC to any mobile phone and back regardless of the wireless technology, wireless operator or wireless device. Globaltel Media connects online users with any mobile device regardless of location, technology, device type or cellular provider. Globaltel Media addresses the needs of customers across a range of vertical markets including healthcare, entertainment, education, government, law enforcement and emergency communications. The company has its headquarters in San Diego, CA. For more information, visit www.globaltelmedia.com.


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