Beyond TeleHealth: The future of remote care Monitor visits, harness insights and promote compliance with the Veritas and AWS TeleHealth Solution.

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TeleHealth’s rapid adoption during the pandemic has created new challenges for providers around billing, risk mitigation, analysis, and compliance.

In this panel discussion, hear from your peers in the industry to understand the challenges and opportunities for TeleHealth when providing critical oversight and automating data management in the cloud. We’ll explore today’s TeleHealth journey, best practices, and a view into the future of TeleMedicine.

Plus, hear more about Veritas’ new TeleHealth solution that enables supervision and compliance for your organization’s newly deployed TeleMedicine patient care program, built on Amazon Web Services (AWS) for durable and cost effective storage. The solution lets you use a broad range of videoconferencing technologies with a secure, comprehensive, and automated approach to collect and protect data from patient care engagements including:

  • Simplification of TeleHealth engagements.
  • Assistance in capturing all TeleHealth revenue.
  • Supervision to ensure patient satisfaction, treatment protocol compliance, and required HIPAA security



David Scott
Director, Product Management, Veritas

David Scott is the Director of Product Management for Veritas Digital Compliance products which include Enterprise Vault,, Veritas Advanced Supervision and eDiscovery Platform.

David has been with Veritas/Symantec for over 25 years and specializes in Archiving, Records Management, Analytics, Classification and eDiscovery with a focus on financial, public sector and healthcare verticals.

David graduated from Fanshawe College in London, Ontario. He currently resides in Yorktown, Virginia with his wife and two daughters.

Dave Lundal
CIO, MN Children's Hospital

David has a long and diverse career in health care. Currently David serves as the CIO for Children’s Minnesota, one of the largest freestanding pediatric health systems in the United States. Previous roles include as CIO for WellStar, the largest health care provider in the state of Georgia, Presence Health in Chicago, SSM Health of Wisconsin and Dean Health System.

Sanford Coker
Worldwide Solutions Architect Lead, AWS

Sanford is the Worldwide Technical Lead for Healthcare at AWS. In this role, he is challenged with coordinating and creating a unified technical healthcare roadmap for AWS and their customers. Sam has a long and varied background in academic research computing as well as hospital operations. Starting at the University of Kansas getting to design and build the 6th HPC cluster, and continuing that work in molecular modelling with Schrodinger LLC and The Rockefeller University. Looking for new challenges he moved to hospital IT operations running and designing clinical systems at Weill Cornell Medical College. These included early work with LIMS, PACS/VNAs and Epic electronic medical records. This lead to the opportunity of engineering and operational responsibility of all clinical systems at NYU Langone Medical Center. After surviving two major black outs, two hurricanes and a super storm named Sandy, he received a lot of practice and experience in designing, running and restoring complex healthcare systems.

Rick Bryant
National Healthcare Architect, Veritas

Rick Bryant is the National Healthcare Architect for VERITAS. In this role, he leads initiatives within VERITAS to serve the healthcare information technology industry through technology excellence and process solutions. Rick brings over 20 years of industry experience, with roles spanning from Infrastructure Management to Chief Information Security Officer, where he was responsible for architecting and implementing EMR systems.

Prior to joining VERITAS, Rick served as the Healthcare Practice Manager and National Healthcare Architect for Symantec Corporation. Past positions include Chief Information Security Officer at Texas Children’s Hospital and Executive Manager of Infrastructure for M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX. Rick developed and led the first Shared Services Organization for Hearst and Managed outsourced services for the global IT service provider, WiPro. In addition, he created and managed all client IT services for First Data Corporation.