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Zipnosis CEO Jon Pearce Named to American Telemedicine Association Executive Committee

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Zipnosis Team

Zipnosis Team
April 11, 2017

Minneapolis, MN – April 11, 2017 – Leading virtual care company Zipnosis, Inc. today announced the appointment of CEO Jon Pearce to the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Industry Council Executive Committee.

The ATA Industry Council Executive Committee is comprised of four telemedicine and virtual care leaders in the industry. Industry Council members weigh in on top industry issues and assist ATA in shaping policy initiatives, educational content, and value proposition initiatives.  As an Executive Committee member, Pearce will help outline the Council’s top priorities and provide guidance and feedback on critical issues facing the industry as well as the Association.

“The ATA’s work advancing telemedicine and virtual care through policy and educational channels is vital to the future of digital health,” said Pearce. “I’m proud to serve on the ATA Industry Council Executive Committee and look forward to representing Zipnosis during my term. It’s an honor to serve alongside these healthcare and technology leaders.”

“We are pleased to welcome Jon to the ATA Industry Council Executive Committee,” said Jonathan Linkous, CEO of the ATA. “His understanding of health system needs and his commitment to moving the industry forward will be assets to the organization.”

Pearce will begin his term on the ATA Industry Council Executive Committee immediately following the upcoming ATA 2017 conference in Orlando, FL, April 23-25, 2017.

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