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Hubble Telemedical Welcomes Healthcare Visionary Jonathan Lord, M.D. to Its Board of Directors
Date:9/10/2013

mpany's efforts to make Humana a leader in e-health by using technology to build consumer-centered benefit plans and to improve clinical management. He created Humana's Innovation Center, and led the company's efforts using advanced analytics to predict who will become ill in the future and how to prevent disease. Immediately before joining Humana, Lord was president of Health Dialog, one of the first to provide health information to consumers over the internet.  Previously, he was chief operating officer of the American Hospital Association; executive vice president of Anne Arundel Medical Center; and executive president for clinical affairs at SunHealth Alliance. He spent 11 years in the Navy, ultimately as director of the Naval Medical Command's quality assurance division in the Office of the Surgeon General.  Dr. Lord serves or has served on numerous prestigious boards and organizations, including the CDC's Advisory Committee to the Director; the National Advisory Council for Healthcare Research and Quality, which advises the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services; and the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.  Dr. Lord is a board-certified forensic pathologist, having earned his bachelor of science and medical doctor degrees from the University of Miami, as well as certificates in governance and board audit from the Harvard Business School.

About Hubble Telemedical
Hubble Telemedical is a privately held healthcare services and information technology company that provides remote retinal eye exams for disease screening and diagnosis.  Using its award-winning TRIAD Network™, the company's solutions permit the detection and management of ocular diseases in non-specialist settings, such as primary care and retail health clinics.  By improving patient convenience and lowering delivery costs, Hubble Telemedical's services help consumers, providers and payers realize better quality, better patient
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