August 2, 2021 / Share:
Amber Humphrey is the Senior Director of Telehealth at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She joined the telemedicine department in December 2013 and has been instrumental in the strategic development of Vanderbilt’s telehealth infrastructure and implementation. Prior to the COVID pandemic, telehealth spanned over 60 service lines. During the pandemic, the telehealth department rapidly scaled ambulatory telehealth services, averaging 2,000 direct-to-patient visits daily and 70% of clinicians participating in telehealth.
Amber’s experience at Vanderbilt University Medical Center dates back to 2001. Her previous roles include clinic operations, access center management, acquisitions and practice assimilation, Space & Facilities project oversight, and infrastructure support.
Amber holds a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration from Western Kentucky University and a Masters of Business Administration from Belmont University’s Massey Graduate School of Business. She is a member of the American Telemedicine Associations and serves on the Advisory Board of the South Central Telehealth Resource Center.