Berry is a nursing PhD student and a research assistant [to Dr. Fritz] at Washington State University who studies the application of technology in the delivery of health care and human-computer interactions with a focus on the use of smart homes with artificial intelligence capabilities to help older adults age in place.
Duet's primary focus is remote patient monitoring and pediatric telehealth initiatives with Children's of Mississippi. She has experience planning and implementing NIH funded clinical research grants in the field of Preventive Medicine.
Thomas (T.J.) Ferrante is a health care lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP, where he focuses his practice on telehealth and virtual care, as well as a wide range of transactional and related regulatory issues for health industry clients. Ferrante works with health systems, home health agencies, providers and start-ups to build telehealth arrangements across the United States and internationally.
Harlow leads WEA Trust's population health strategy that includes utilization management, care management, shared decision making, HEDIS and other quality improvement efforts. She is also responsible for developing quality performance standards to integrate in provider contracting efforts.
Theodore Harvey is the CEO and co-founder of SynsorMed and is a leading voice in how mobile technology is transforming health care. Harvey has advised hospitals, health care systems and small practices on how technology can transform their current workflows, lower the cost of health care delivery and increase patient engagement. He serves as an adjunct professor for Healthcare Informatics at the Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions at Georgia State University.
A member of WEA Trust's executive leadership team, Humphrey is responsible for leading the Trust's growth and retention efforts.
As the chief learning officer of Reemo Health, Sunnarborg provides leadership and direction for multiple aspects of the business including human resources, education and learning, product development and marketing communications—helping to provide technology—enabled care solutions for seniors, adult children, care providers and communities.
Van Demark is partner in the Washington D.C. office of McDermott Will & Emery, an international law firm with an health industry advisory practice. Van Demark has been a strategic advisor for hospital and health systems, and regularly counsels health and technology industry clients on the development and deployment of digital health tools. He is the co-chair of the firm's Health International strategic initiative, and regularly advises on international patient programs and domestic and international telemedicine programs at U.S. health systems. He has assisted U.S. health systems with establishing strategic affiliations and telemedicine programs in the Middle East, Asia, South America and Europe.