Salus Telehealth, Inc. CEO Paula Guy will be part of a distinguished panel at ATA 2017 Telehealth 2.0, the American Telemedicine Association’s flagship conference, April 23 – 25 in Orlando, Fla. The session, “Women in Telemedicine: Leading the Charge of Healthcare Innovation,” is the conference’s first-ever program featuring all female telehealth executives, and will focus on the role of female leaders in transforming the telehealth industry. Charlotte Yeh, Chief Medical Officer for AARP, will moderate the discussion, which will take place on Monday, April 24 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. EST.
Ms. Guy will offer a unique perspective on this topic, as she has over 15 years of leadership experience in building telemedicine networks in the Southeast US and beyond. Prior to joining Salus as CEO, she grew the non-profit Global Partnership for TeleHealth and its Georgia, Florida and Alabama affiliates into the most robust, comprehensive telehealth networks in the nation. She will be joined on the panel by Julie Hall-Barrow, Vice President of Virtual Health and Innovation, Susan Dentzer, CEO of Network for Excellence in Health Innovation and Kristi Henderson, ATA Board of Directors, VP Virtual Care and Innovation Seton Healthcare Family and President and CEO of e-Health Advisors.
“I am honored to be part of such a prestigious panel during this important telehealth industry event,” says Ms. Guy. “Innovations in technology are changing the face of healthcare, and the leadership of women like the individuals joining me at ATA 2017 Telehealth 2.0 are leading the charge. Our discussion will certainly provide a great deal of insight into the current landscape and where we are headed. The ease of use, affordability and continued breakthroughs in telemedicine make it one of the most vital markets in the world.”