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TAMP appoints Gil Bashe as Independent Advisory Board Member

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Doctor digital innovation upskilling company TAMP has appointed Gil Bashe to its Advisory Board.

Chair of Global Health and Purpose at FINN Partners, Bashe is a digital health leader and innovation advocate.

The appointment comes during a period of growth and global expansion for TAMP, which is now available to more than 90,000 doctors.

David A. Hall, MHA, CEO and Chief Community Officer and TAMP Co-founder, said:

“TAMP is quickly becoming a global presence in health professional education working to overcome one of the greatest barriers to ensuring innovative ideas can improve patient care – knowledge.

“In Gil – who has expertise in professional and patient advocacy and digital technologies – we have found a like-minded sector colleague who recognises that with access to education and certification, health providers will be even stronger advocates for their patients in conversation with payers, policymakers and product innovators, and know best when to apply digital health solutions to improve people’s care.”

Bashe’s healthcare career stretches back almost 40 years, including as a leader in WPP Group’s integrated marketing agency CommonHealth before later serving as operating CEO and limited partner for private-equity firm, GTCR.

The Health Tech World correspondent, who joined FINN in 2015, has been recognised as one of the world’s leading health tech advocates.

Bashe said:

“TAMP is a bold, long-awaited answer to providers’ needs to leverage the wide-range of possibility benefits of digital health technologies to improve their patients’ care.

“Beyond the informational power of electronic medical records, health professionals must know how to combine knowledge and skill with technologies that mobilise artificial intelligence, virtual reality, remote patient monitoring, cloud-based platforms and more to arrive as timely diagnoses, treatments and future medical procedures.

“With increased knowledge comes the ability to address policy and patient-care essentials.”

All options that Bashe receives in his new role will be donated to the Catskill Mountain Foundation, a not-for-profit association that harnesses the arts to provide greater employment and education opportunities to communities in Greene County, New York.

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