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Fourth Annual Georgia Partnership for Telehealth, Inc. Conference, Impacting Lives Through Applied Technology, to be held March 18-20th 2013 in Savannah, Georgia
Date:2/20/2013

any as the "Father of Telemedicine", he developed the first Statewide telemedicine system, the first Correctional telemedicine program, the first tele-homecare technology, called "The Electronic House Call", and the first telemedicine kiosk. His consulting activities have included NASA, DOD, HHS, the FCC, State Governments, WHO, and multiple academic institutions and Fortune 500 companies. During the Clinton Administration he represented the USA to the G8 nations for telemedicine, and was appointed by former HHS Secretary Leavitt, to the Chronic Care Workgroup Committee.

Dale Alverson, MD is a Professor of Pediatrics and UNM Regents’ Professor on faculty at the University of New Mexico, School of Medicine. Since 1995, he has been the Medical Director of the Center for Telehealth and Cybermedicine Research at the University of New Mexico, Health Sciences Center. In that role, he has been involved in the planning, implementation, research and evaluation of Telemedicine systems for New Mexico, primarily serving its rural communities using information technologies, videoconferencing and the internet to provide access to clinical services and health educationOn a national level, Dr. Alverson is on Boards of ATA and the Center for Telehealth and e-Health Law (CTeL) based in Washington DC that are involved in policies, regulations and legislation that affect Telehealth on a broad level. He was elected Vice President of ATA in 2008 and become President in 2010. He was also the ATA representative on the Joint Commission Ambulatory Health Care Professional and Technology Advisory Committee. He is a founder and prior chairman of the Four Corners Telehealth Consortium addressing regional interstate coordination between Arizona, Colorado, Utah and New Mexico.

Andrew Tubman, MT-BC founded Integrative Music Therapy Services after developing a “client motivated” approach to therapy that utilizes multiple creative mediums structured within a music
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