Jordana Bernard is Director, Policy and Public Affairs with InTouch Health, a global leader in telehealth enterprise solutions. Jordana has over 30 years of healthcare industry experience in telehealth, medical technology program management and biomedical engineering. At InTouch Health, Jordana leads regulatory and legislative initiatives to address policy priorities that advance access to high quality virtual healthcare anytime, anywhere. Jordana collaborates and fosters alliances with federal and state lawmakers, healthcare organizations, and others to advocate and advance remedies to top telehealth policy barriers and challenges. She provides leadership on policy issues and serves as a policy resource to her team and stakeholders in the industry.
Before joining InTouch Health, she was Chief Program Officer at the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) for 12+ years, overseeing ATA’s strategic initiatives in education, accreditation, development of practice guidelines and building alliances with professional societies, governmental agencies, payers, and industry to advance the telehealth industry.
Prior to ATA, Jordana’s background spans multiple senior management positions focused within the healthcare industry – including working as an independent consultant when she became actively involved in telemedicine and developed and implemented the first telemedicine network to deliver clinical services within the Federal prison system. She has also provided technical consulting services for several telemedicine projects for remote healthcare in jails and served as an advisor to the National Institutes of Justice on multiple tele-forensics projects to demonstrate the application of telemedicine technology for remote crime scene investigation and forensic analysis.
Jordana received an MBA from Marymount University and a BS in biomedical engineering from Boston University and she was inducted to the ATA College of Fellows.