CARY, Margaret. American. Genres: Medicine/Health. Career: Completed medical internship and residency at University of California-San Francisco, and Community Hospital of Sonoma County, Santa Rosa, CA, 1978-81; private practice of medicine in Santa Rosa and Mammoth Lakes, CA, 1981-83; Rose Medical Center, medical director, 1983-86; private practice of medicine in Denver, CO, 1986-93; U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regional director, 1994-2000, member of Managed Care Forum, 1996-98, and Partnership for Rural Opportunities, 1996-99; Vox Medica (health care communications group), Philadelphia, PA, chief medical officer and senior vice president, 2001-. University of Colorado-Denver, assistant clinical professor of family medicine, 1991-; member of advisory boards; guest on media programs; public speaker. Publications: (with A.W. Darkins) Telemedicine and Telehealth: Principles, Policies, Performance, and Pitfalls, 2000. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: Vox Medica, 210 West Washington Sq., Philadelphia, PA 19106, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]; [email protected]
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