Telemedicine Firm Recruiting Talented Leadership for Expansion Plans
PRLog (Press Release) – Apr. 15, 2013 – SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — SOUTHFIELD, MI — GetMedCallAssist™, the only telemedicine service that accepts emergency and non-emergency calls without members having to schedule an appointment or wait for a physician call back, has appointed technology and finance veteran Blaise Dietz as Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Blaise Dietz is a Detroit-area consultant and business development partner that brings more than 20 years experience to GetMedCallAssist in medical technology, commercial finance, database management and web portal development. Founded by emergency trained physicians and medical professionals in the Pacific North West, Dietz says GetMedCallAssist is working to expand its services throughout the United States to eliminate the barriers between the physician and the patient.
“This is the solution for a portion of today’s health care crisis,” said Dietz. “By leveraging cloud based technology and reduced data costs, GetMedCallAssist physicians are saving individuals, families and companies money. We have an experienced team of medical professionals and are working to expand our operations nationwide this year.” Dietz noted a recent study from BCC Research that the telemedicine market is expected to grow to $27.3 billion in 2016. ===> Continue Reading