Season 1, Episode 12 [Podcast]
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Welcome to Season 1, Episode 12 of Atlanta Business Impact Radio. In this episode, Tanya Mack and Veanne Smith talk about how maternal-fetal telemedicine is providing women in remote areas with specialty care that is saving lives.
This is an episode you do not want to miss. During our conversation with Tanya, we talk about:
- What is telehealth and specialty medicine?
- How are patients benefiting from telemedicine today?
- Women’s Telehealth and the services they offer
- The technology behind Women’s Telehealth
- Amazing stories of women and their babies that have directly benefited from specialized telemedicine
- Predictions about the role of telehealth and telemedicine in the next 3-5 years
You can interact with Women’s Health on Twitter and Facebook.
Please enjoy our episode!
Tanya Mack, President of Women’s Telehealth, is an operations and business transformation specialist in the healthcare industry.
Throughout her 30-year career, she has worked with physicians, physician groups, clinics, hospitals, and healthcare organizations to help launch new divisions, realign business processes, implement new information technology (IT) systems, and facilitate healthcare change management.
Accomplishments at Women’s Telehealth under her leadership include: being named one of three Health Information Technology Innovation Companies by TAG in 2011 after only 7 months in business, creation of the first Georgia high-risk obstetrical telemedicine services to rural areas with the Georgia Department of Community Health (the results of which were nationally published by the American Telemedicine Association in 2015), regional expansion after 2 years in business, nominated for Atlanta Healthcare Heroes in 2013, and featured by NPR in 2015.
She is a member of the American Telemedicine Association, Women Presidents’ Organization, and Vistage International, and has served on the Board of Directors for the Dream House for Medically Fragile Children, and the Columbus Regional Research Institute. For the past 4 years, she has served as the primary sponsor of the Matsiko World Orphan Choir’s annual visit to Atlanta – representing over 600 million orphans worldwide.