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Beverly Hills, CA, United States, 2011/02/26 - US Tele-Medicine, a national leader in telemedicine protocols and applications, appointments five members to its Medical Advisory Board.
US Tele-Medicine, a leader in national telehealth services announces the appointments of five members to its Medical Advisory Board.
“We are honored to welcome these talented and experienced people who join us in pioneering Family Telemedicine protocols and applications. We recognize the extraordinary and breathtaking opportunity to provide Family Care on a mass basis utilizing the emergent telehealth technologies, ” said Jacques von Speyer, CEO and Chairman of US Tele-Medicine, “and these members will play a pivotal role in redefining access to family and community health care, as we know it now.”
The goal for US Tele-Medicine and the Medical Advisory Board is to merge Telemedicine protocols and devices with Family Medicine measures. We will prepare new guidelines and strategies for incorporating Mass E-Care into the world of Family Medicine and basic care, which are so fundamental to the current and future general health of any population.
New Medical Advisory Board Members:
Professor Larry Culpepper, MD, PhD, MPH, Chair of the Department of Family Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine.
Professor Joseph Hopkins, MD, PhD, MBA, Division Chief of Family Medicine, Stanford School of Medicine.
Professor Ian Bennet, MD, PhD, Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine.
Dr. John Franklin, MD, Geriatrics Specialist, Roper St. Francis Hospital, Charleston, South Carolina.
Dr. Santo Milosevic, Pharm’D, Director of the National Telepharm Initiative, Palm Springs, California.