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Raymond T. Hino, MPA, FACHE B. Tilman Jolly, MD, FACEP President and Chief Executive Officer Sonoma West Medical Center Raymond Hino is President and CEO of Sonoma West Medical Center, a 25-bed community hospital located in Sebastopol, California. In October 2015, he and his team successfully re-opened the former Palm Drive Hospital, which closed its doors in 2014, under the new name of Sonoma West Medical Center—one of the few known hospitals in the U.S. in the last several decades to close its doors and then reopen. He is nationally known as a forward-thinking leader in the health-care field, with experience in health-care policy at the state and federal levels, health information technology, telemedicine, and rural health-care delivery. He serves on the Health Research & Education Trust Board of Directors and is a past member of the Boards of Directors of the American Hospital Association and the California Hospital Association. He was the Founding Chair of the California Critical Access Hospital Network. In 2014 he was named by Becker’s Hospital Review to its inaugural list of “50 Rural Hospital CEOs to Know.” Barb Johnston, MSN, MLM Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder HealthLinkNow Barb Johnston, CEO of HealthLinkNow, has more than 20 years of experience implementing Telemedicine programs. HealthLinkNow was the first Telepsychiatry Company to fully integrate secure videoconferencing, a patient portal, scheduling, billing, and an electronic health record into one seamless telemedicine system. She was the Project Director for the Patient-Centered Medical Home Mental Health Program, funded by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services between 2012 and 2015, which integrated telepsychiatry services into more than 80 primary care clinics across Montana, Wyoming, and Washington State. She has experience in the business, legal, clinical, and policy aspects of the telemedicine service industry. She is a former Executive Director of the Medical Board of California and is a past Board Member of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA). Under her leadership, HealthLinkNow became one of the first two Telemedicine companies to become accredited by the ATA in 2015. Chief Medical Officer Specialists On Call B. Tilman “Til” Jolly, MD, is a boardcertified emergency physician who serves as Chief Medical Officer of Specialists On Call, a large national provider of specialty tele-medicine services. He has practiced emergency medicine in the Washington, DC, area for 21 years and continues to practice at Inova Fairfax Hospital. He retains an appointment as Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine at the George Washington University. He has extensive experience in academic medicine, private industry, and government. Prior to joining Specialists On Call, he served for five years in senior leadership positions in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and also led medical preparedness planning for 11 Super Bowls. Kofi Jones Vice President of Government Affairs American Well Kofi Jones is the Vice President of Government Affairs for American Well, a national mobile and webbased telehealth solution provider based in Boston, Massachusetts. She focuses most of her efforts evangelizing on the power of telehealth and collaborating with federal, state, and congressional leaders to ensure the proliferation of modernized and safe telehealth policies. Prior to joining American Well, she spent four and a half years working for the Deval Patrick Administration— first as a Public Affairs Director and spokeswoman for the Governor’s Economic Development Secretary, and then as the state’s first Chief Marketing Officer. She also has spent several years as a communications and media expert, including a decade in television news as a producer, reporter, and anchor. 16 | Page