Tom Foley in the News
Tom Foley has been named Vice President of Growth at GenieMD. Foley brings more than 30 years of experience in information technology to this new role, having led numerous transformative initiatives both in and out of healthcare. Most recently, Foley held leadership positions at AMD and Cerner, where he was responsible for consumer strategy including telehealth, remote patient monitoring, portal, CRM and mobile apps across the federal market.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome Tom to our growing team at GenieMD,” said Soheil Saadat, PhD, CEO of GenieMD. “We’re confident that Tom’s years of health IT experience, wealth of healthcare knowledge and considerable business development proficiency will be an asset to our organization.”
“I’m looking forward to leading the strategic growth of GenieMD by further advocating the new norms and models necessary to embrace a virtual care delivery model,” Foley said.
In addition to his position with GenieMD, Foley currently hosts The Virtual Shift, a HealthcareNOWradio.com podcast focused on reimagining the delivery of care. He has also moderated the Health Innovation Think Tank (HITT), an executive collaborative made up of 50 healthcare delivery system, payer organization and healthcare IT vendor thought leaders who offer their insights leading to establishment of best practices on a variety of issues associated with value based care, connected health and virtual care. He served for two years on the Board of the UPMC Center for Connected Medicine.
Previously, he held leadership roles at Lenovo, Allscripts, Thomson Healthcare and other national technology firms. Among his professional achievements, Foley was lead collaborator to transform UPS call centers from paper to electronic caapture, and contributed to the rollout of the first national wireless data networks. He is the former President of iPatientCare, a cloud-based EHR, and led the launch of patient ports to over 15 million subscribers and the largest initial release of direct messaging to 43,000 subscribers.