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Reed Tuckson

President, American Telemedicine Association

Reed V. Tuckson is president of the American Telemedicine Association and managing director of Tuckson Health Connections, which advances initiatives supporting optimal health and well-being. Tuckson is co-founder of the Black Coalition Against COVID, a multi-stakeholder, interdisciplinary effort to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic in Washington, DC, and nationally. Previously, Tuckson was executive vice president and chief of medical affairs for UnitedHealth Group and served as president of the Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, senior vice president for professional standards at the American Medical Association, senior vice president of the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, and commissioner of public health for Washington, DC. He has served on multiple federal advisory committees and corporate, nonprofit, and academic boards.

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