MATRC

MATRC Consultative Service Partners

Britton, Bonnie

Position: Executive Director, Reconnect4health
Reconnect4Health

Bonnie Britton, MSN, RN, ATAF, is recognized as a Telehealth pioneer and expert. She has dedicated the past 21 1/2 years of her career as a nurse, advancing the adoption and implementation of Remote Patient Monitoring both nationally and internationally. Bonnie was the 13th inductee into the American Telemedicine Association’s (ATA) College of Fellows in 2010. Bonnie is a previous ATA Board Member, chaired the ATA Home Telehealth SIG and the ATA Home Telehealth Clinical Guideline Development Committee, co-chaired the ATA Home Telehealth Satisfaction Item Bank, and participated as a member of the ATA Policy Committee, Awards Committee, and Nominating Committee. She currently serves as a Board Advisor and Consultant for the Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center (MATRC). Bonnie has also successfully implemented CMS’s Chronic Care Management programs.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Business Models
  • Grant Writing
  • Program Evaluation
  • Program Operations
  • Reimbursement, Billing and/or Coding
  • Strategic Planning/Program Development
  • Technology
Telehealth Services
  • Chronic Disease Prevention and Management
  • Primary Care
  • Remote Patient Monitoring
Telehealth Settings
  • FQHCs
  • Home/Direct to Consumer
  • Hospitals/Health Systems
  • Rural/Underserved Populations or Areas
  • SNFs

Fun Questions

  • Favorite Sport and Sports Team? UNC Tar Heels Basketball
  • What Is the Nerdiest Thing You Do In Your Spare Time? Sleep
  • What is the Most Useless Talent That You Have? High pitch whistle
  • At Which Store Would You Like to Max Out Your Credit Card? Lexus car dealership

Britton, Bonnie

Executive Director, Reconnect4health

Bonnie Britton, MSN, RN, ATAF, is recognized as a Telehealth...

Budig, Chris

Position: Telehealth Program Manager, Tower Health System
Reading Health Systems

Christopher Budig is the Telehealth Program Manager for operations and technical services at Tower Health System. Tower Telehealth currently offers Tele Stroke, Remote Patient Monitoring for CHF patients and Emergency Behavioral Health evaluations through Specialist on Call.

Christopher Budig has been in the field of telehealth since 1994. He was the telemedicine coordinator at the University of Kansas (KU) during the inception of its program. He helped develop, test and implement the technology utilized at KU and worked with medical staff to evaluate the efficacy of telehealth equipment. In 1998, he became the Director of Mountaineer Doctor Television (MDTV) at West Virginia University. For eleven years he worked with rural communities to provide via telemedicine specialty care clinics to areas of the state that had not had access to such service without the need of long travel. Prior to his present position at Tower Health, Christopher served as the Executive Director of the West Virginia Telehealth Alliance (WVTA). His experience with the original Universal Services program via the FCC helped immensely with a Rural Healthcare Pilot Project (RHCPP) grant awarded to the WVTA to expand broadband in West Virginia. That program helped develop the now popular Health Care Connect Fund.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Program Operations
  • Telehealth Technology
  • USAC Rural Health Care Programs
Telehealth Services
  • Remote Patient Monitoring
  • Mental Health/Psychiatry
  • Emergency Medicine (including Telestroke)
  • Specialty Care: Dermatology, Neurology
Telehealth Settings
  • Academic Medical Center
  • Correctional
  • School
  • Rural/Underserved Populations or Areas

Budig, Chris

Telehealth Program Manager, Tower Health System

Christopher Budig is the Telehealth Program Manager for operations and...

Collins, Samuel

Position: Program Manager, UVA Karen S. Rheuban Center for Telehealth

Samuel worked with the UVA Clinical Informatics team before moving into Telemedicine. His work focuses on improving patient access and provider engagement. He works closely alongside the UVA Department of Medicine and Clinical Informatics team. His areas of focus are inter-professional communications, asynchronous care delivery, and clinical workflow innovation. Developing and expanding eConsults for improved care delivery and provider education has been a central focus of his recent work.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Business Models
  • Grant Writing
  • Program Evaluation
  • Program Operations
  • Public Policy
  • Reimbursement, Billing and/or Coding
  • Strategic Planning/Program Development
  • Technology
  • USAC Rural Health Care Program
Telehealth Services
  • Chronic Disease Prevention and Management
  • Dermatology
  • e-Consults
  • Primary Care
  • Project ECHO
  • Remote Monitoring
Telehealth Settings
  • FQHCs
  • Home/Direct to Consumer
  • Hospitals/Health Systems
  • International/Global
  • Occupational/Workplace
  • Rural/Underserved Populations or Areas
Favorite Sport and Sports Team:

Hibernian FC

What Is the Nerdiest Thing You Do In Your Spare Time?

Latin

What is the Most Useless Talent That You Have?

It wouldn’t be useless if it was a talent.

At Which Store Would You Like to Max Out Your Credit Card?

I wouldn’t do this.

Collins, Samuel

Program Manager, UVA Karen S. Rheuban Center for Telehealth

Samuel worked with the UVA Clinical Informatics team before moving...

Dean, Steven

Position: Director of Telemedicine, Inova Health System
Telemedicine Operations, Inova Health System

Steven Dean, MS, is the Director of Telemedicine for the Inova Health System, a six hospital system in the Northern Virginia region. He has been involved in telehealth for over a decade serving in operational and administrative capacities. Steve is a past Chair of the mHealth Special Interest Group for the American Telemedicine Association, ATA, member of the Virginia Telehealth Network, and a current advisory board member and consultative partner of the Mid Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center. He is a recognized speaker in virtual health, created a pre-conference curriculum for mobile health, and co-authored the teleICU guidelines for ATA. His expertise is technical administration of telemedicine and mobile services.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Business Models
  • Program Evaluation
  • Program Operations
  • Strategic Planning/Program Development
  • Technology
Telehealth Services
  • Emergency Medicine including Telestroke
  • Genetics
  • Tele-ICU
  • Mental Health/Psychiatry
  • Primary Care
Telehealth Settings
  • Home/Direct to Consumer
  • Hospitals/Health Systems

Fun Questions

  • Favorite Sport and Sports Team? Football, Miami Dolphins
  • What Is the Nerdiest Thing You Do In Your Spare Time? What spare time?
  • What is the Most Useless Talent That You Have? Talking like a duck
  • At Which Store Would You Like to Max Out Your Credit Card? Lexus car dealership

Dean, Steven

Director of Telemedicine, Inova Health System

Steven Dean, MS, is the Director of Telemedicine for the...

Martin, Amanda

Position: Executive Director, The Center for Rural Health Innovation
Center for Rural Health Innovation

Amanda is the Executive Director of the Center for Rural Health Innovation located in Spruce Pine, North Carolina. As Executive Director, Amanda helped establish and grow a school-based telemedicine program from three pilot sites to an 80+ site program in six rural school districts, which she now supervises. Amanda’s areas of expertise cover a wide range: from day-to-day equipment troubleshooting to program design and implementation. With an extensive background in medical office management, she understands the importance & challenges of expanding healthcare access in rural communities. Amanda earned her Masters in Healthcare Administration from the Gillings School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina in 2016.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Business Models
  • Program Operations
  • Reimbursement, Billing and/or Coding
  • Strategic Planning/Program Development
Telehealth Services
  • Chronic Disease Prevention and Management
  • Primary Care
  • Pediatrics
Telehealth Settings
  • School
  • Hospitals/Health Systems
  • Rural/Underserved Populations or Areas

Fun Questions

  • Favorite Sport and Sports Team? I always pull for Georgia Tech and whoever is playing against University of Georgia.
    I’m a second-generation Yellow Jacket – it’s what I do.
  • What Is the Nerdiest Thing You Do In Your Spare Time? I like to read cookbooks. All the stuff in between the actual recipes, in addition to the recipes themselves.
  • What is the Most Useless Talent That You Have? Since I have played in the handbell choir at my church for a dozen years, I can read music, but only two notes at a time: whichever bells I happen to be playing.
  • At Which Store Would You Like to Max Out Your Credit Card? I love IKEA. Always have.

Martin, Amanda

Executive Director, The Center for Rural Health Innovation

Amanda is the Executive Director of the Center for Rural...

Mishra, Vimal

Position: Medical Director, Office of Telemedicine VCU Health System
Office of Telemedicine, Physician Informaticist, Office of Clinical Transformation Assistant Professor of Medicine and Health Administration Virginia Commonwealth University

Vimal Mishra, MD, is an internist and medical director of telehealth at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Health System. As the medical director of telehealth, he provides system-wide leadership, strategic direction and operational oversight for VCU health’s enterprise-wide teleservices effort to enhance access, improve clinical outcomes, and gain clinical efficiency and effectiveness. As a physician informaticist, he chairs an EMR (Electronic Medical Records) council and oversees design, planning, and implementation of digital tools and standards to assure high quality, evidence-based solutions which meet the needs of clinicians and patients. He advises health system on electronic health records (EHR) configuration, heuristics, design, workflow, adoption strategies, analytics, data strategy, and implementation.

Dr. Mishra completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University. He received his graduate degree from Duke Fuqua School of Business and is board certified in internal medicine and clinical informatics.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Business Models
  • Program Evaluation
  • Program Operations
  • Strategic Planning/Program Development
  • Technology
Telehealth Services
  • Chronic Disease Prevention and Management
  • e-Consults
  • Emergency Medicine (including Telestroke)
  • Geriatrics
  • Mental Health/Psychiatry
  • Primary Care
  • Project ECHO
  • Remote Monitoring
Telehealth Settings
  • Corrections
  • Home/Direct to Consumer
  • Hospitals/Health Systems
  • School
  • SNFs

Fun Questions

  • Favorite Sport and Sports Team? Basket Ball – Duke Blue Devils
  • What Is the Nerdiest Thing You Do In Your Spare Time? Program robots
  • At Which Store Would You Like to Max Out Your Credit Card? Best buy

Mishra, Vimal

Medical Director, Office of Telemedicine VCU Health System

Vimal Mishra, MD, is an internist and medical director of...

North, Steve

Position: Founder and Medical Director, The Center for Rural Health Innovation
Health e-Schools

Dr. Steve North, MD, MPH, is a practicing Family Physician and Adolescent Medicine specialist at a rural health center in Mitchell County, NC. In 2011, he founded the Health-e-Schools school-based telemedicine program that currently provides access to acute care, primary care, adolescent medicine, and comprehensive asthma services to over 35,000 students at 80 schools in six school districts across North Carolina. In 2014 the Health-e-Schools program was awarded the American Telemedicine Association’s President’s Award for Health, Quality and Innovation.

Additionally, he serves as the Medical Director for Mission Virtual Care working with a team to integrate inpatient, outpatient, virtual visits, and remote home monitoring into Mission Health, North Carolina’s sixth largest health system that serves the state’s 18 western most counties. Dr. North is the Rural Telehealth Research Fellow at the University of North Carolina’s Sheps Center for Health Services Research, a member of the HRSA Rural Telehealth Research Center, leads the SPROUT school-based research interest group, and was a member of the National Quality Forum’s Telehealth Committee. He currently serves on the boards of the Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center and the Foundation for Health Leadership and Innovation and, is a co-author of the American Telemedicine Association’s Operating Procedures for Pediatric Telehealth and the Practice Guidelines for Telemental Health with Children and Adolescents.

Dr. North received his undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his medical doctorate from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. He completed his Family Medicine Residency, Adolescent Medicine Fellowship, and Master’s in Public Health at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. He lives in Spruce Pine, NC with his sons Eli and Oscar where they spend their free time building Legos, hiking in National Parks, and reading.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Business Models
  • Program Operations
  • Reimbursement, Billing and/or Coding
  • Strategic Planning/Program Development
Telehealth Services
  • Chronic Disease Prevention and Management
  • Primary Care
  • Pediatrics
Telehealth Settings
  • School
  • Hospitals/Health Systems
  • Rural/Underserved Populations or Areas

North, Steve

Founder and Medical Director, The Center for Rural Health Innovation

Dr. Steve North, MD, MPH, is a practicing Family Physician...

Oktay, Lara

Position: Telemedicine Operations Manager, University of Virginia Health System

Lara Oktay has been with UVA Health for 12 years and is the Operations and Clinical Manager for the Karen S. Rheuban Center for Telehealth. She oversees telehealth strategic program development and implementation as well as managing departmental clinical, personnel and business operations. Lara has served as a consultant for the federally-funded TeleHealth Resource Centers and has been a leader in use case and workflow development in clinical telemedicine. This has included initiatives in emergency telehealth, patient access, data collection and analysis, EHR integration, transfer management and remote patient monitoring.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Business Models
  • Grant Writing
  • Program Evaluation
  • Program Operations
  • Strategic Planning/Program Development
Telehealth Services
  • Chronic Disease Prevention and Management
  • Dermatology
  • Dialysis
  • e-Consults
  • Emergency Medicine (including Telestroke)
  • Genetics
  • Geriatrics
  • ICU
  • Maternal/Fetal Medicine
  • Mental Health/Psychiatry
  • Primary Care
  • Project ECHO
  • Wound Care
Telehealth Settings
  • Corrections
  • FQHCs
  • Home/Direct to Consumer
  • Hospitals/Health Systems
  • International/Global
  • Occupational/Workplace
  • Rural/Underserved Populations or Areas
  • School
  • SNFs
Favorite Sport and Sports Team:

Football-Redskins

What Is the Nerdiest Thing You Do In Your Spare Time?

Will let you know when I get some

What is the Most Useless Talent That You Have?

Can pick up a pencil with my toes

At Which Store Would You Like to Max Out Your Credit Card?

Amazon

Oktay, Lara

Telemedicine Operations Manager, University of Virginia Health System

Lara Oktay has been with UVA Health for 12 years...

Ostrowski, Jay

Position: CEO Behavioral Health Innovations and CEO, Adaptive Telehealth
Virtual Office Hours: Second and Fourth Friday of each month 12PM-2PM

Jay Ostrowski, MA, NCC, LPC-S, ACS, BC-TMH, helps mental health programs of all sizes develop regional and national online telemental health services, create online therapy clinical workflows, create award-winning niche applications, and train clinicians in the safe and legal use of technology for online therapy. He’s a Licensed Professional Counselor. As a clinician, he specialization in telebehavioral and telemental health. He is the CEO of Behavioral Health Innovation and Adaptive Telehealth, and founded and directs the Telebehavioral Health Center of Excellence where he tracks industry trends. Thus far Jay has led the development of 12 HIPAA-secure telemedicine software platforms, created 9 peer-reviewed telemental health training courses for national certification and created many innovative niche treatment programs.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Business Models
  • Program Evaluation
  • Program Operations
  • Strategic Planning/Program Development
  • Telehealth Technology
Telehealth Services
  • Cronic Care Management
  • HIPAA Compliance
  • Remote patient Monitoring
  • Technology Selection
  • Telebehavioral Health
  • Telemental Health
Telehealth Settings
  • Primary care-mental health integration
  • In-home services
  • Correctional
  • School
  • Occupational/Workplace
  • Rural/Underserved Populations or Areas

Ostrowski, Jay

CEO Behavioral Health Innovations and CEO, Adaptive Telehealth

Jay Ostrowski, MA, NCC, LPC-S, ACS, BC-TMH, helps mental health...

Patterson, Mike

Position: Owner, Totier Technologies
Totier Technologies, Virtual Office Hours: First Tuesday of each month 12PM-1PM

Mike has over 30 years with healthcare technology. His background started with engineering and radiology systems. He worked as an x-ray field engineer inhouse , on the corporate side and has served in supervisory and management roles. For the last 20 years he’s focused on telehealth technology starting with the UVA Karen S. Rheuban Center for Telehealth and presently as the founder and technical analyst for Totier Technologies LLC.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Telehealth Technology
  • Program Operations
Telehealth Services
  • Chronic Disease Prevention and Management
  • Dermatology
  • Dialysis
  • Emergency Medicine including Telestroke
  • Genetics
  • Geriatrics
  • ICU
  • Maternal/Fetal Medicine
  • Mental Health/Psychiatry
  • Oral/Dental
  • Primary Care
  • Project ECHO
  • Remote Monitoring
  • Wound Care
Telehealth Settings
  • Corrections
  • FQHCs
  • Home/Direct to Consumer
  • Hospitals/Health Systems
  • International/Global
  • Occupational/Workplace
  • Rural/Underserved Populations or Areas
  • Schools
  • SNFs

Fun Questions

  • Favorite Sport and Sports Team? No one favorite sport. It’s seasonal football, basketball, baseball. Prefer college sports. Favorite team is UVA
  • What Is the Nerdiest Thing You Do In Your Spare Time? Looking for amazing songs from new and obscure performers.
  • What is the Most Useless Talent That You Have? Telling Dad jokes
  • At Which Store Would You Like to Max Out Your Credit Card? Chuck Levin’s Washington Music Center

Patterson, Mike

Owner, Totier Technologies

Mike has over 30 years with healthcare technology. His background...

Servaites, Mara

Position: Executive Director, Virginia Telehealth Network
Virginia Telehealth Network

Mara Servaites, MSW, PCMH, CCE, serves as the contract Executive Director for Virginia Telehealth Network (VTN). She is an independent consultant for health and human resource organizations across the country, specifically focusing on safety net providers and rural health organizations. Before entering the consulting field, Mara served in senior positions with national organizations serving the safety net, including TAP-IN and ECHO. Previously she led the Virginia Association of Free Clinics, the oldest Free Clinic association in the US, and served as Program Director at the Mental Health Association of the New River Valley, where she helped to develop the first free mental health clinic in Virginia and a court-approved educational seminar that served as a state model. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Family and Child Development from Virginia Tech and her Master of Social Work degree and Leadership Certificate in Nonprofit Management from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Grant Writing
  • Program Operations
  • Strategic Planning/Program Development
Telehealth Settings
  • FQHCs
  • Free or Charitable Clinics
  • Rural/Underserved Populations or Areas

Fun Questions

  • Favorite Sport and Sports Team? Virginia Tech Hokies or my son’s swim team
  • What Is the Nerdiest Thing You Do In Your Spare Time? Kombucha making
  • What is the Most Useless Talent That You Have? Participating in conference calls while pushing kids on a swing
  • At Which Store Would You Like to Max Out Your Credit Card? Any locally owned art or furniture store

Servaites, Mara

Executive Director, Virginia Telehealth Network

Mara Servaites, MSW, PCMH, CCE, serves as the contract Executive...

Sprang, Rob

Position: Director, Kentucky TeleCare University of Kentucky HealthCare
Kentucky TeleCare

Rob Sprang, MBA, has led the Kentucky TeleCare initiative at the University of Kentucky (UK) since 1996 and has been involved with improving the legal, regulatory and policymaking environment, at both the state and federal level. Rob has led telehealth initiatives to bring needed healthcare services to rural hospitals and clinics, correctional facilities and other community-based healthcare locations as well as developing a network of workplace/industrial site clinics to serve the needs of employees that face staggering health problems. Creative telehealth solutions at UK serve patients of all ages in all places to bring the right care to the right people at the right time in the right place.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Business Models
  • Grant Writing
  • Public Policy
  • Reimbursement, Billing and/or Coding
  • Strategic Planning/Program Development
Telehealth Services
  • Dermatology
  • Emergency Medicine including Telestroke
  • Geriatrics
  • Maternal/Fetal Medicine
  • Mental Health/Psychiatry
  • Project ECHO
Telehealth Settings
  • Corrections
  • FQHCs
  • Home/Direct to Consumer
  • Hospitals/Health Systems
  • Occupational/Workplace
  • Rural/Underserved Populations or Areas
  • SNFs

Fun Questions

  • Favorite Sport and Sports Team? I enjoy racketball and following my Dallas Cowboys.
  • What Is the Nerdiest Thing You Do In Your Spare Time? I just decided to learn to play the harmonica.
  • What is the Most Useless Talent That You Have? Handmade hiking sticks
  • At Which Store Would You Like to Max Out Your Credit Card? Lowes and Home Depot

Sprang, Rob

Director, Kentucky TeleCare University of Kentucky HealthCare

Rob Sprang, MBA, has led the Kentucky TeleCare initiative at...

Sullivan, Cheryl D.

Position: President, South River Consultants, LLC
South River Consultants LLC

Cheryl served for over 15 years in corporate real estate. This involved responsibility for over 400 facilities and an operating budget of $57M. I was responsible for strategic planning to meet client space needs while achieving corporate goals. In 2003 I formed South River Consultants, LLC to provide advice and assistance to clients wishing to participate in the Universal Service Administrative Company’s Rural Health Care program. During this time we have been successful in obtaining the maximum support for our numerous clients.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Program Evaluation
  • USAC Rural Health Care Program
Telehealth Settings
  • Hospitals/Health Systems
  • Rural/Underserved Populations or Areas

Fun Questions

  • Favorite Sport and Sports Team? NASCAR Jimmie Johnson
  • What Is the Nerdiest Thing You Do In Your Spare Time? Reading crochet patterns and following intricate directions
  • What is the Most Useless Talent That You Have? Cleaning House
  • At Which Store Would You Like to Max Out Your Credit Card? Tiffany’s

Sullivan, Cheryl D.

President, South River Consultants, LLC

Cheryl served for over 15 years in corporate real estate....

Sullivan, Eugene

Position: Consultant, South River Consultants, LLC
South River Consultants LLC

After graduating from college Eugene served over 22 years in the United States Army. I have been stationed in Viet Nam, Korea, Germany, Central America and the Persian Gulf. While in the Army I completed flight school and earned my aviator wings. I am rated in both fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft and hold a Commercial Pilots license. After retiring from the Army I was invited to join the faculty at the University of Virginia Health System. Along with my co-founder Doctor Karen Rheuban we created the Office of Telemedicine. The UVA Telemedicine network now connects over 160 sites across the state and numerous international connections. In August 2018 I retired from the University. I now work as a consultant.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Program Evaluation
  • USAC Rural Health Care Program
Telehealth Settings
  • Hospitals/Health Systems
  • Rural/Underserved Populations or Areas

Fun Questions

  • Favorite Sport and Sports Team? James Madison University Football
  • What Is the Nerdiest Thing You Do In Your Spare Time? Try and play Golf
  • What is the Most Useless Talent That You Have? Remembering songs from the 60’s
  • At Which Store Would You Like to Max Out Your Credit Card? Mercedes Benz

Sullivan, Eugene

Consultant, South River Consultants, LLC

After graduating from college Eugene served over 22 years in...

Tracy, Joe

Position: Vice President, Connected Care and Innovation Lehigh Valley Health Network
Vice President, Connected Care and Innovation, Lehigh Valley Health Network, Co-Chair, Pennsylvania Telehealth Advisory Committee, President, Burn Prevention Network

Joe Tracy, MS, has been working in the area of connected care and innovation since 1993. Joe currently oversees the Lehigh Valley Health Network’s Center for Connected Care and Innovation, which provides more than 100,000 virtual clinical encounters a year.

Joe currently serves as the Co-Chair of the Pennsylvania Telehealth Advisory Committee and sits on the Advisory Boards for the Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center (MATRC) and the University of Pittsburgh’s Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Telerehabilitation. He is also a past President of the Center for Telehealth and e-Health Law and a Past Chair of the American Telemedicine Association’s (ATA) Institutional Council.

In 2013, Joe was one of three members of the Lehigh Valley Health Network to accept the American Nursing Credentialing Center’s Magnet Prize for “Telehealth Services.” In 2003, Mr. Tracy accepted the ATA President’s Award on behalf of the Missouri Telehealth Network and in 2006 he accepted ATA’s Leadership Award for his individual contributions to the field of telehealth.

Mr. Tracy drafted the telehealth Medicare reimbursement language for the Southern Governors Association in 1999 and for U.S. Senate Bill 2505, which significantly improved Medicare reimbursement for telehealth in October 2001. Joe has also testified before Congress and the Federal Communications Commission on issues related to telehealth.

Joe is also the Editor of A Guide to Getting Started in Telemedicine, published by the federal Office for the Advancement of Telehealth.

Areas of Expertise

Administration
  • Business Models
  • Public Policy
  • Program Operations
  • Reimbursement, Billing and/or Coding
  • Strategic Planning/Program Development
Telehealth Services
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Mental Health
  • Pediatrics
  • Remote Patient Monitoring
  • Specialty Care: Burn, Infectious Disease, Trauma, Wound Care, Radiology, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Neurology
  • TeleICU
Telehealth Settings
  • Hospitals/Health Systems
  • SNFs
  • Schools
  • Home/Direct to Consumer

Tracy, Joe

Vice President, Connected Care and Innovation Lehigh Valley Health Network

Joe Tracy, MS, has been working in the area of...