1 hour Audio and Power Point Presentation
Recorded April 30, 2015
Nicholas Lorenzo, MD, MHCM, CPE, Chief Medical Officer, MeMD, Inc.
Disclosures: The above faculty had no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
Dr. Lorenzo is the Chief Medical Officer of MeMD, a telehealth company based in Scottsdale, AZ. He received his BS with Honors from Creighton University in 1984, his MD from the University of Nebraska College of Medicine with High Distinction in 1988, his CPE (Certified Physician Executive) in 2011, and his Master of Science in Healthcare Management with High Distinction from the University of Texas at Dallas in 2014. He is subspecialty, fellowship trained, and board certified neurologist with clinical training at the Mayo Clinic and the University of Kansas Medical Center. Dr. Lorenzo has been a serial publishing, healthcare technology, healthcare legal, and clinical healthcare entrepreneur for over 25 years. He founded an urgent care staffing company and was its CEO/President from 1989-1995. In 1995 he founded, and is the current CEO, of a healthcare clinical, legal, publishing, and technology consulting firm. He has also served as the Co-Founder, CEO, President, COO, Chief Publishing Officer, and other senior executive positions for Boston Medical Publishing (acquired by McGraw-Hill in 2005), eMedicine (acquired by WebMD in 2006), and Pearlsreview (acquired by Gannett in 2008). He served as a Senior Consultant and Interim CEO and President to HygeiaTel (July 2013 – January 2014), a telehealth/remote health monitoring technology firm. Dr. Lorenzo also served as the Interim CEO and President of NeuroTek Medical (May – September 2014), a medical device company. Dr. Lorenzo has over 25 years of live lecture, traditional publishing, and online health education experience and has presented over 1000 live lecture courses over this time period. He has also been interviewed multiple times by the written and television press regarding clinical issues and healthcare technology. He has been extensively published (nearly 300 publications) in journals, books, online medical references, and the lay press.
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