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Cooperation with Coomeva Medicina Prepagada

Coomeva Medicina Prepagada and Spectator Latin America are proud to announce their cooperation in remote eHealth and Tele-medicine services on the Colombian and international Healthcare market.
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Coomeva Medicina Prepagada is one of the leading Healthcare Insurance Companies in Colombia, with direct and indirect Health services under the modality of prepayment, through Health professionals, Health institutions and branches. Spectator Latin America is the regional office of Spectator Video Technology in the Netherlands, which for more than 15 years develops and commercializes worldwide video control and service centre platforms for a wide range of applications in Security, Healthcare and Communication.

Spectator Latin America is responsible for the business development of Spectator’s platform and solutions in Latin America and provides as well commercial as technical support to the partners in the region. Coomeva Medicina Prepagada is the first national Healthcare Insurance Company in Colombia that will extend its Healthcare services with Spectator’s state-of-the-art eHealth & Tele-medicine platform. Coomeva and Spectator want to combine efforts to introduce remote Primary Care, Chronic Care and Elderly Care services in the Colombian Healthcare market, as well as for the Dutch Caribbean islands. The aim of this partnership is not only to increase efficiency and reduce costs in providing better and higher quality Healthcare, but in particular to improve Healthcare access and the Quality-of-Life for all those in need, independent of colour, gender, race, religion, social status and geographical location.

Dr. Natalia Eugenia Estupiñán Alvarado, Medical Director of Coomeva Medicina Prepagada´s International Business Unit: “Within our search we found a company called Spectator, which gives an accurate answer for what we´ve been looking for to improve our services to our patients and gives us the option to be connected with their needs through technology.”

Dr. Frans Hermes, Founder and Managing Director of Spectator Video Technology:

“We are delighted to start this partnership with Coomeva Medicina Prepagada, one of the leading Healthcare Insurance Companies in Colombia. Through this collaboration, we will support Coomeva by providing sustainable Healthcare technology and solutions to improve the Quality-of-Life and Healthcare access, not only for the Colombian citizens, but also for the neighbouring Dutch citizens on the Dutch Caribbean islands.”

About Coomeva Medicina Prepagada
Established in 1973 Coomeva Prepaid Medicine is the pioneer of private Healthcare Insurance in Colombia and one of the most strengthened companies in the territory, backed by the Coomeva Cooperative Group with more than 45 years offering programs and services that fits the customer needs.

The company never stops developing new strategies and implementing technologies focused on the Healthcare improvement from its affiliated. The International Business Unit from Coomeva Prepaid Medicine, was born 21 years ago. This unit has been dedicated to the promotion of medical tourism, taking care of all medical and concierge needs from customers coming mainly from the Caribbean, and providing services for more than 20 thousand patients. The international Business Unit has private and public agreements with Curacao, BES islands, BVI, Sint Maarten Trinidad and Tobago among others.

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