(PRWEB) December 10, 2012
Jansen, Executive Director, Georgia Partnership for TeleHealth, Inc. Matt Jansen has over 12 years experience in development, program management and fundraising. Mr. Jansen has a Master's in Public Administration and has led the state and South Georgia in several initiatives that include successfully securing over $18 million in local, state, federal and foundation support; establishing one of the largest Boys & Girls Clubs of America projects to sustain after school programs for 5,000 members; implementing the first Rural School-Base Health Clinic model in Georgia; establishing CASA of Alapaha Judicial Circuit; integrating Communities In Schools and Family Connection Partnership; and co-creating a Charter School that was recognized as Affiliate of the Year in 2007 and Charter School of the Year in 2008, by Communities in Schools of Georgia. Mr. Jansen has led the state in developing partnerships that are focused on impact and outcome driven processes. His new role with GPT will be to continue increasing the level of access to integrative systems of care through out the state of Georgia. Jansen stated, "The ongoing need for clinical services in rural and urban areas in Georgia continue to increase and GPT is a true game changer for children and families in this capacity. I look forward to working with local communities, state and national partners to end Georgia's healthcare crisis".
Georgia Partnership for Telehealth, Inc. is a charitable nonprofit corporation which was formed to promote improvements in healthcare and healthcare facilities in rural and underserved communities throughout the state of Georgia by assisting in the establishment of Telemedicine Programs. GPT is known as the leading agency in Georgia focusing on increasing access to healthcare through innovative use of technology including telemedicine, health information exchange and telehealth.