She brings to Anelto decades of healthcare leadership experience as a leader of clinical operation as well as health information management and patient access operations in two large integrated health systems in the central Ohio area.
“Tina understands the breadth and depth of healthcare systems that range from acute care to home care,” said Anelto President and CEO Mark Denissen. “In her new role, Tina provides leadership and oversight of all clinical programs at Anelto as we roll out solutions and services to chronic patients and their healthcare providers across the country.”
Null spent more than a decade at Ohio Health, where she was System Director – Home Care-Hospice, leading a team of mid-level managers in operationalizing the business’s strategic plan to accommodate continued growth, standardize operations across sites and centralize support services. As part of the Ohio Health system, she was also director of nursing at Dublin Methodist and Grady Memorial Hospitals and director of health information management & patient access at Marion General Hospital.
“Anelto is transforming clinical care through remote patient monitoring,” Null said. “I am happy to be working with a company at the forefront of industry innovation in healthcare as we provide cutting-edge solutions for patients to avoid frequent trips to the emergency department or doctor’s office.”
In addition to her leadership roles, Null has served as Six Sigma Black Belt project manager, a change management practitioner, and most recently a clinical consultant in the RPM space at Vivify Health.
Null is a graduate of The Ohio State University, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in Nursing, and Capital University, where she received her master’s degree in Nursing Administration.
For more information on Anelto’s RPM solutions, visit www.anelto.com.
Founded 2012, Anelto has raised the bar in senior care with the goal of enabling a healthier, more independent aging population. Anelto’s leading technology platform offers a Personal Emergency Response System (PERS) and Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), keeping seniors connected to healthcare providers and emergency medical care, regardless of location. The company’s solutions are scalable for healthcare organizations of all sizes and were created by a team seeking better solutions for the ever-growing elderly population. For more information, please visit www.anelto.com.
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