Rubbermaid Healthcare moving into Telemedicine

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Kevin Boyle – Business Leader for Rubbermaid’s Healthcare Telemedicine Solutions business joins the show.Kevin J Boyle has a decade of multi-functional experience in business development, sales, marketing and general management for consumer products company, Newell Rubbermaid. Kevin has a love for and expertise in mobile healthcare technologies where for the past 7 years he has grown Rubbermaid Medical Solutions into the market leader in mobile and fixed point technology workstations.Kevin now serves as Business Leader for Rubbermaid Healthcare’s Telemedicine Solutions business, where he oversees sales, marketing and operational functions. Rubbermaid believes that they are able to bring their consumer oriented insights into the healthcare solutions and in doing so have focused on simplifying product use, increasing high quality and delivering best-in-class service. These fundamental consumer requirements will allow for Healthcare Technologies and specifically Telemedicine to be deployed more broadly and swiftly.Kevin is a resident of Charlotte, North Carolina and a graduate of Syracuse University where he holds a double major Bachelor of Arts degree in both Marketing and Entrepreneurship & Emerging Enterprise. When not working to bring transformational technologies to healthcare, Kevin enjoys spending time with family and playing soccer.

Kevin Boyle and host Eric Michaels discuss:

  • Why is Telemedicine a growing trend?
  • Why is Rubbermaid Healthcare moving into the Telemedicine field?
  • How can telemedicine save lives?
  • What is the Medi Port?
  • What are some of the challenges to full scale adoption of Telemedicine?

Links: RubbermaidTelemedicine.comRubbermaidMedicalSolutions.com

 

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