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Isabelle C. Kopec, MD Vice President of Medical Affairs Advanced ICU Care As Vice President of Medical Affairs, Isabelle C. Kopec, MD, oversees Advanced ICU Care’s clinical outcomes, physician and allied health providers’ performance, and services. She is deeply involved in client collaboration, where she oversees process improvement initiatives and acts as a liaison between the physicians at client hospitals and the intensivists at Advanced ICU Care. A co-founder of Advanced ICU Care, she also is a practicing intensivist and the lead intensivist physician for Advanced ICU Care’s Consulting Services. She served as Medical Director of the ICU at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, was Chair of the Department of Critical Care Medicine at SSM-DePaul Health Center in St. Louis for more than 15 years, and chaired the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s Tele-ICU Committee. She an active member of Mid-America Transplant Services Physician Advisory Board, Society of Critical Care Medicine, American Association for Physician Leadership, American College of Chest Physicians, and American College of Physicians. Irene Krokos, MD Senior Medical Director Molina Healthcare, Inc. Irene Krokos, MD, focuses on health system transformation and improvement, with particular interest in patient-centered quality improvement initiatives, payment reform, and the use of technology to help solve health system challenges. She is Senior Medical Director at Molina Healthcare, where she provides leadership for telehealth initiatives. Previously, as Chief Medical Officer for Molina Healthcare of New Mexico, she implemented a state-wide Community Health Worker intervention and Patient-Centered Medical Home program that were both expanded nationally. 17 | Page Elizabeth A. Krupinski, PhD, FSPIE, FSIIM, FATA Co-Director Southwest Telehealth Resource Center Elizabeth A. Krupinski is a Professor at Emory University in the Department of Radiology & Imaging Sciences and is Vice-Chair of Research. She also is Associate Director of Evaluation for the Arizona Telemedicine Program and Co-Director of the Southwest Telehealth Resource Center. Her interests are in medical image perception, observer performance, medical decision making, and human factors. She has published extensively in these areas and has presented at conferences nationally and internationally. She is Past Chair of the SPIE Medical Imaging Conference, Past President of the American Telemedicine Association, President of the Medical Image Perception Society, and Past Chair of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine. She serves on a number of editorial boards for both radiology and telemedicine journals and is the Co-Editor of the Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare. She serves regularly as a grant reviewer for the NIH, DoD, TATRC and other federal, state and international funding agencies and has served as a member of a number of FDA review panels. Nathaniel Lacktman, JD Partner Foley & Lardner, LLP Nathaniel Lacktman is a partner with the law firm of Foley & Lardner and heads its telemedicine and virtual care practice, working with hospitals, health systems, and start-ups to build telemedicine arrangements across the United States and internationally. His practice emphasizes strategic counseling, creative business modeling, and fresh approaches to realize clients’ ambitious and innovative goals. He is the chief legal counsel to the Telehealth Association of Florida and coChairs the Telemedicine and EHealth Group of the American Health Lawyers Association. Mr. Lacktman speaks and writes frequently on issues at the forefront of telehealth thought leadership, appearing in publications such as Inside Counsel, Buzzfeed, Politico, Modern Healthcare, Forbes, Fox News, Bloomberg, and Reuters. He maintains the leading telehealth law twitter feed (@Lacktman).