Tasia Walsh is the Manager of Virtual Solutions for the Center for Telehealth. Tasia partners with various teams to assess needs and design solutions utilizing technology for optimal healthcare delivery.
Tasia joined the MUSC Center for Telehealth full time in 2017, having had a supportive relationship since 2015. She brings an extensive array of experience to the Center for Telehealth, having worked at MUSC in various operational and Ambulatory IT service roles since 1989.
Tasia began her career with MUSC in Radiology, which evolved to the opening of the Hollings Mammography Center, the predecessor for the Hollings Cancer Center. Tasia served as a Data Manager until she joined a team to implement the first EMR in the Ambulatory setting. For the next 20 plus years she worked supporting and eventually managing the Ambulatory, the eHealth IS support teams.
Meghan Glanville, MHA, joined the MUSC Center for Telehealth in November 2015 as the Telehealth Service Development Coordinator. Ms. Glanville collaborates with medical specialty departments in support of expanding their capacity to reach the underserved of South Carolina via telemedicine. Meghan works to grow the current telehealth services menu in a strategic and sustainable manner.
Meghan Glanville began her career at MUSC in the Department of Central Scheduling. It was here that she cultivated her professional relationships within multiple specialties to include Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Nutrition, Nephrology, Rheumatology, Infectious Disease, Pulmonary, Sleep Medicine, Endocrinology, Benign Hematology, Travel Medicine, and the Maternal Fetal Wellness Center. Ms. Glanville was later selected to be the Operation’s Coordinator for the Division of Nephrology where she assisted with the clinical and financial daily operations of the unit.
Meghan Glanville graduated from Winthrop University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Anthropology. During her course of study at Winthrop University, Meghan completed a year and a half of psychology research exploring both Contact Theory and Social Justification Theory. This course of study resulted in a publication of her work, and an Undergraduate Scholar Award for contribution to the intellectual enrichment of Winthrop University. Ms. Glanville also earned a Master in Health Administration from the Medical University of South Carolina.
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