Tania Elliott, MD, FAAAAI, FACAAI, is an expert in telemedicine and digital health, leveraging connected care technologies to bring care to patients, wherever they are. Passionate about the quadruple aim, she creates solutions to improve quality, efficiencies, access, and patient and care team experiences.
She is currently Chief Medical Officer of Virtual Care for one of the nation’s integrated delivery networks, advancing adoption hybrid care and remote patient monitoring across the care continuum.
Previously, she served as a clinical solutions medical director at a Fortune 5 healthcare company supporting the development of telemedicine reimbursement policy and digitally enabled women’s health and cardiovascular programs to improve patient engagement and reduce medical costs. She has cared for thousands of patients through synchronous video visits, and has trained physician’s across the country on how to effectively practice via telehealth, including developing best practice standards, continuing medical education, and graduate medical education programs in virtual care.
Dual board certified in Internal Medicine and Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Dr. Elliott has published in multiple peer reviewed journals on the use of telemedicine and digital technologies in healthcare. In 2019, she was named Medical Marketing and Media's (MM+M) Top 40 Healthcare Transformers.
She currently chairs the Telemedicine and Technology Taskforce for The American American College of Allergy Asthma and Immunology, and is a mentor for Stanford University's Masters in Clinical Informatics Management Program.
She is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College, completed her residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, and Fellowship at NYU Langone Hospital Long Island. She holds a BA in Biology from Haverford College.