18 healthcare executives from Russia and Central Asia visit ViiMed
We believe that patient care doesn’t happen in a silo. It takes a team of experts to deliver the best possible experience and outcomes. That’s why we’re committed to working with others across the industry, whether building a virtual care plan, integrating with other technologies, or simply sharing knowledge and experience.
In line with this approach, we recently hosted 18 healthcare executives from Russia, Ukraine, Tajikistan, Kyrgyz Republic, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, and Moldova as part of the International Trade Administration’s Special American Business Internship Training (SABIT) program. This program is designed to build international partnerships and educate Eurasian leaders about U.S. business practices. The delegation plans to spend three weeks in the U.S. visiting healthcare organizations in Washington, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Boston, and learning about outpatient medicine and facilities.
During the visit, we showcased our care coordination and remote monitoring software and discussed how customers are using our technology to engage patients. We also chatted with the delegation about U.S. healthcare reimbursement structures, using telehealth technologies to manage chronic care patients, connected devices, and more.
The SABIT program is a great way to bridge the geographic divide and connect healthcare executives with a common vision. Working together, we can provide better care to patients and the people who serve them, regardless of geographic location. To learn more about the SABIT program, please visit http://www.trade.gov/sabit/.