Global Healthcare Management

Global Healthcare Management provides medical braces, diabetic testing supplies, and numerous other types of medical equipment to over 100,000 valued patients throughout the United States. Based in western New Jersey, Global Healthcare Management employs over 100 people - making it one of the largest employers in the area.

The company was founded on a single objective: a desire to provide patients easy access to high-quality medical equipment and services. Obtaining medical supplies can be terribly inconvenient, especially for seniors or patients suffering from debilitating diseases and conditions. Global Healthcare Management simplifies things by offering quality supplies and equipment deliverable by mail. The company also makes patients' lives easier by dealing directly with insurance companies and handling all the necessary paperwork. This system results in a hassle-free experience for patients, saving them time and eliminating the stress which often accompanies navigating medical bureaucracy.

Global Healthcare Management also puts a premium on customer service. The Customer Care Team works hard to provide helpful information, answer patient questions, and address any potential concerns. The company also offers a complaints department so that customers can easily report any instances of fraud or scams. Unfortunately, the healthcare industry as a whole has gotten a bad rap thanks to a small number of malicious companies that are known for trying to ripoff their customers. Jon Letko takes all customer complaints very seriously, and encourages anyone with a grievance to contact the company directly so the issue can be resolved.

Jon Letko has worked for 10+ years in the healthcare industry - a challenging field given that rules and regulatory restrictions are constantly changing. Ultimately, Jon's success has come from a recognition that patients' needs are always evolving, too. A business must be flexible in order to best serve its customers. To address this challenge, Jon developed an intuitive software platform to analyze customer data and optimize efficiency - thus improving Global Healthcare Management's ability to serve its many patients.

Jon Letko and Global Healthcare Management have been involved in a number of charitable efforts and community programs over the years. Jon spearheaded the creation of a job training program within the company, and has made it a point to donate medical supplies to victims of natural disasters around the world.

Global Healthcare Management along with US Healthcare Supply also led a successful community fitness campaign called "Let's Get Moving Milford". Jon Letko is known for his active lifestyle, and he sought to encourage his fellow members of the community to get out and exercise - a core aspect of maintaining good health. As he puts it, "there is no better way than to start with the children of our community, to teach them about the benefits of making healthy food choices and being active. Starting that as early as possible will enable our children to live healthy and happy lives."

Beyond community programs, Global Healthcare Management is also known for its extensive work to raise money for breast cancer research. From the company's annual fun run, to periodic walk-a-thons and raffles, Global Healthcare Management has been heavily involved in breast cancer research fundraising. To augment the company's efforts, Jon Letko matches every dollar raised by his employees - effectively doubling the total. To date, these events have raised over $27,400.

All funds are donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (www.bcrfcure.org), an organization which puts 91 cents out of every dollar toward breast cancer research and awareness programs.

Fundraiser with Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck

Global Healthcare Management is a part of the Employment Transitions Program at Delaware Valley Regional High School, in Frenchtown, NJ. This program offers older, special needs students an opportunity to develop and practice employment skills in their own communities. Pictured below are some staff and the two students and their job coach — enjoying their thank you pizza lunch for their hard work!

Global Healthcare Management is a part of the Employment Transitions Program at Delaware Valley Regional High School, in Frenchtown, NJ