GlobalMed Races into Deloitte’s Fast 500

Industry-leading telemedicine firm now ranks among fastest growing technology companies

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- GlobalMed ( – the telemedicine design, manufacturing and marketing company, based in Scottsdale, Arizona – has achieved another honor for its rapid market growth. The Deloitte Technology Fast 500™, the pre-eminent technology awards program in North America, has ranked GlobalMed as Number 122 overall and the eighth fastest growing Medical Equipment firm in its 2011 list.

“We use proven technologies to create telemedicine solutions providing value and access to quality healthcare,” said Joel E. Barthelemy, Managing Director of GlobalMed. “It is truly remarkable when you’re recognized as a leader in both Technology and Health.”

The Fast 500 companies are selected on percentage fiscal year revenue growth during the period from 2006 to 2010. In that four-year span, GlobalMed grew by 867%.

The Deloitte ranking comes on the heels of GlobalMed’s inclusion in this year’s Inc. 500 list of Fastest Growing Companies. GlobalMed’s three-year growth of 1,087% in revenues through 2010 placed it in the Number 300 position in the Inc. 500 list. Among the top 25 Health companies, GlobalMed was Number 22. And ComputerWorld Honors Program awarded GlobalMed a Laureate in Health in 2011.

A recent analysis of the global telemedicine market indicates that it will continue to grow at around 19% a year through 2015. Research and Markets predicts future prospects are immense.

The GlobalMed brand has the distinction of being the only company in both the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 and the Inc. 500 lists offering telemedicine solutions with both real-time and asynchronous digital video capabilities.

About GlobalMed

Scottsdale, Arizona-based GlobalMed designs, manufactures and markets telemedicine solutions and medical image automation systems for the healthcare industry. GlobalMed's cameras, image management, store-and-forward, videoconferencing and video streaming technologies enable leading pathologists, dermatologists, pediatricians, neurologists, surgeons, pharmacists, forensic MDs, emergency medicine departments and other caregivers to be more effective in providing patient care, and more productive and efficient in managing patient information. Products include the TotalExam™ camera, the most versatile and easy-to-use exam camera on the market, CapSure® store-and-forward imaging and image management software with DICOM output, which provides automated workflow capabilities for seamless integration into a provider’s network and fully integrated mobile video cart systems for primary care applications. Visit to learn more.


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