Telemedicine is revolutionizing healthcare on many levels including clinical applications, medical education and helping to provide equity of access to medical care. There are numerous advantages to using telemedicine, and these include reducing waiting times for specialist clinics; providing services in the community of the patients; and, reducing expensive medical transport for patients and staff. The benefits of videoconferencing solutions have been especially beneficial in three distinct areas of the healthcare industry: patient consultation, administration, and medical education. That said, telemedicine is a rapidly developing area of clinical medicine, where medical information is transferred through live, interactive media such as videoconferencing, for the purpose of consulting and sometimes for remote medical procedures or examinations. It works by providing the link between the patient and the doctor, despite the distance between them. The access to medical knowledge can reduce the waiting time of a patient, and therefore their treatment time. Equity of access to healthcare services is considered a human right in most of the Western world, but providing healthcare services, specialist medical treatment or a consultation with a nurse or doctor in every city is a growing problem for public healthcare systems. Using telemedicine applications will enable organizations to deliver basic services speedily and on a regular basis where locally or internationally. More importantly, for remote areas, telemedicine is becoming a lifeline for the community; not only does it serve to provide timely medical advice without long travel, but it is also keeping the community together, removing the need to migrate from remote to populated metropolitan areas when a citizen encounters ill health. This session will discuss how telemedicine can change the global healthcare market, the habit of patients, and its effects on quality care; and, how remote healthcare will improve the collaboration and care between participating universities and hospitals in the US and Middle East.