Selene N. Moniz is the Telehealth Office Manager for the Medical University of South Carolina’s Center for Telehealth. Ms. Moniz is directly responsible for the internal operational and procedural functions of the telehealth department. She collaborates with staff at MUSC, vendors, clients, and various interested parties to promote the coordinated use of telehealth resources while maintaining vigilant stewardship of the same. Her goal is to promote the sustainability and functional efficiency of the program.
Ms. Moniz received her Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Charleston, and has more than 13 years’ experience as a business partner in the private sector. She began her career at the Medical University of South Carolina in 2012, providing administrative support to several clinical units within the MUSC Children’s Hospital, before advancing to the administrative coordination of the MUSC Strategic Planning Department and the MUSC Center for Telehealth. Due to the rapid expansion of the telehealth initiative and the future strategic vision of the same, Ms. Moniz became the dedicated Telehealth Program Coordinator of the MUSC Center for Telehealth in late 2014. In 2016 Selene Moniz was promoted to her current position as the Telehealth Office Manager.
Jacquetta D. Ancrum joined the MUSC Center for Telehealth in November of 2015 as the Telehealth Business Coordinator. Mrs. Ancrum directly facilitates the contract management process in support of the Center for Telehealth, and coordinates the contractually based financial obligations of the same. Working to optimize the efficiency and sustainability of the program, she provides strategic support for budgetary and legal negotiations, procurement planning, and benchmarking documentation.
Mrs. Jacquetta Ancrum earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of Charleston, and has been employed by the Medical University of South Carolina for 17 years. During her tenure, Ms. Ancrum has amassed experience in contract management and corporate liaison administration. She served several years as a Value Analysis Coordinator in the Clinical Resource Department. It was there that she established effective processes for communication and strategic pricing negotiation, with her efforts resulting in favorable and considerable cost savings for the Institution.
Courtney Williams is the Program Assistant for the Center for Telehealth. Ms. Williams joined the Telehealth team in July of 2017. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Charleston Southern University.
Ms. Williams's role as the Program Assistant supports the Medical and Program Directors in support of program and clinical tasks necessary for the day-to-day operations. Her overall responsibility includes administrative and reporting duties, as well as collaborating with the other staff to assist in executing the objectives and goals of the organization.
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