Debbie Voyles is a Telehealth Executive with over 24 years of experience building and operationalizing Telehealth across the country. She has built Virtual Health programs and services to address the access to care challenges currently faced by patients. Debbie has experience in the development of strategic plans, workflow assessment and development, and development of policies and procedures for inpatient services, outpatient services, school-based telehealth, and direct-to-consumer services. She led the effort to build Virtual ICUs, Virtual Sitter programs, and School-Based Telehealth programs with multiple healthcare systems.
Debbie has been active in Texas, Colorado, Tennessee, Virginia, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and North Dakota in getting better legislation and reimbursement and was instrumental in getting Telehealth parity passed in Colorado. She has authored and presented on Telehealth topics across the country and is a past Chair of the Business and Finance Special Interest Group of the American Telemedicine Association.
Debbie has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Lubbock Christian University, a Master of Business Administration from Texas Tech University, and a Certificate in Health Organization Management from Texas Tech University.
Debbie is a member of the Ingenium Healthcare Advisors Consortium.
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