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Medical doctor and CEO of San Francisco,
California’s Medweb, Dr. Pete Killcommons was
honored to present the keynote addr...
The first annual Armenian International Telemedicine (AIT)
Congress took place on October 15, 2011 in Yerevan,
Armenia. A ...
Dr. Pete Killcommons Speaks at the First AIT Congress
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Dr. Pete Killcommons Speaks at the First AIT Congress

Medical doctor and CEO of San Francisco, California’s Medweb, Dr. Pete Killcommons was honored to present the keynote address at the First Armenian International Telemedicine Congress. Dr. Peter Killcommons’s speech detailed the challenges of implementing a high-tech telemedicine system for Nangahar University Hospital and Nangahar Public Hospital in eastern Afghanistan. In order to better serve underprivileged regions of the Armenia countryside, Dr. Pete Killcommons donated a Medweb Internet-based telemedicine system to the Armenian Telemedicine Association.

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Dr. Pete Killcommons Speaks at the First AIT Congress

  1. 1. Medical doctor and CEO of San Francisco, California’s Medweb, Dr. Pete Killcommons was honored to present the keynote address at the First Armenian International Telemedicine Congress. Dr. Peter Killcommons’s speech detailed the challenges of implementing a high-tech telemedicine system for Nangahar University Hospital and Nangahar Public Hospital in eastern Afghanistan. In order to better serve underprivileged regions of the Armenia countryside, Dr. Pete Killcommons donated a Medweb Internet- based telemedicine system to the Armenian Telemedicine Association.
  2. 2. The first annual Armenian International Telemedicine (AIT) Congress took place on October 15, 2011 in Yerevan, Armenia. A gathering of more than 280 participants, the event was cohosted by the Armenian Association of Telemedicine, the Union of Information Technology Enterprises, and Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University. The Armenian International Telemedicine Congress was designed to give representatives from the professional and academic telemedicine communities an opportunity to network, educate one another, and exchange ideas. The AIT Congress also featured a number of top executives, government officials, and prominent policy makers.

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